posted on Sep, 24 2012 @ 10:03 AM
Originally posted by loam
So I went looking for the original untouched photo.
Here is what I found:
As you can see, it shows much more of the room at the moment Obama is pulling out his money.
It seems pretty clear to me that there were no camera men positioned close enough in time to take the next photo, unless that shot was intended to be
taken by staging it.
It doesn't seem clear to me. There's about 3-4 feet between the edge of the photo and where the mayor is standing. You don't think it's possible
that a photographer was standing just outside the first shot, then moved in as soon as the mayor stepped behind the president? It would take me less
than 2 seconds to cover 3 feet in distance.
Here is another photo I found at the deli. Why, look at that - it's from a different angle than the first shot. Is it the same photographer, or a
If you look closely at the left side of the photo, you'll see something above the handle of the basket that was on the counter top. Could be a camera
- another photographer? Even looks like it could be at the right angle to zoom in for a shot of Obama going through his money. The mayor wouldn't
have even had to move for that shot to have taken place.
But here's another shot of Obama with the mayor on the other side of him. Was this taken right after he paid? Who knows, but we know that the mayor
was moving around, and wasn't always in the same spot. There is no evidence that Obama deliberately wanted shots of his "wad". There IS evidence
that there were multiple photographers there, shooting from different angles.