Carl Guderian on Fri, 12 Apr 2002 21:32:01 +0200 (CEST)

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[Nettime-bold] Re: <nettime> murder

It could have been the Army that made the arrest but were relieved by a goon
squad. I can't say anything for continuity between frames 3 & 4, but between 4
& 5 you can see what may be a wristwtch on the mans left wrist, and that's
certainly the same street corner in all five frames. That's pretty horrible,
but another source is wanted or at least better granularity The Zapruder film
was more granular and they're still arguing over that one.

If anyone's in Amstedam this Saturday, there's a march against the Israeli
invasions tomorrow at 2pm on the Dam.


dan s wang wrote:

> Hi Phil, I've received this from others in the past day. It seems to be
> making the rounds. I do have a question about the differences between the
> #3 and #4 frames.
> The Israeli military guys clearly are different--there are different sets
> of enforcers in each frame. That makes me wonder if the man being held is
> not also different in the two frames.
> Also, look at the vehicle visible at the top of the frames. It is
> similarly positioned in each frame, but in #3 the rear wheel has a rim or
> hubcap, in #4 the same wheel does not.
> There are other differences betweent the two frames, as well, such as
> lighting, etc.
> I can't disregard the series as pasted together definitively, but as a
> narrative sequence this may not be the best evidence of Israeli abuses, at
> least not in a minute-by-minute documentary kind of way.
> dan w.
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