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David Atlee Phillips Near LHO at DPD HQ?
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Someone named Bob Fox is satisfied that the man seen crouching behind the man holding a microphone up to LHO is David Atlee Phillips.

The head of this figure seems disproportionately large. Does this view of this face seem familiar to anyone? Does it appear on another photo of DAP?

Is that Adolph Eichmann in half-face and wearing headphones on the right border?

The "Familiar Face" gambit redux?


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#2
There are a few similarities, at first look.....especially the brow line. Interesting. Nah, Its Edward R. Morrow. The head seems too far in front of the suit.... Haven't we played this game before?
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I think Bob sincerely believes the crouching man furrowed brow to be David Atlee Phillips, but I do not.

I see the unidentified man's hairline too curved, Phillips' straighter. UM's chin too square; Phillip's not so much. Angle of head makes it difficult, and the Phillips photo below shows another decade or two of drinking.

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I have no opinion regarding Mr. Fox's motives. So it's innocent until proven otherwise.

I am curious, however, about the provenance of the photo -- especially the date of its first publication.
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#5
Corbis lists photographer as unknown.

PBS credits Dallas Times Herald through Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/white_hou...effer.html

Perhaps the photographer was Robert H. Jackson:

http://www.booktryst.com/2010/01/shootin...photo.html
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#6
Thank you, Phil.

I'll keep looking. Pictures of the Pain is my next stop.

Perhaps when Jack White is sufficiently chipper to rejoin us he can shed more light on this photo's history.
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#7
Is there a newsreel of the interview? I twould be good to see it in motion and from other angles. According to his brother DAP was in Dallas that day. It is an interesting possibility.
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Charles Drago Wrote:Someone named Bob Fox is satisfied that the man seen crouching behind the man holding a microphone up to LHO is David Atlee Phillips.

The head of this figure seems disproportionately large. Does this view of this face seem familiar to anyone? Does it appear on another photo of DAP?

Is that Adolph Eichmann in half-face and wearing headphones on the right border?

The "Familiar Face" gambit redux?

Yeah Bob's a good guy. But his imagination gets the better of him and he's gotten way carried with away with this one.
"In the Kennedy assassination we must be careful of running off into the ether of our own imaginations." Carl Ogelsby circa 1992
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hi they went looking for this fella once before, somewhere on some forum, and what i have is below, and that the photo is from the friday night press conference, fwiwit is ..john.rutledge of the dallas morning news.....b


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Is there another photo J.Rutledge? Just to compare?
"The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it." Karl Marx

"He would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies. When asked in court whether she knew that Lord Astor had denied having sex with her.

“I think it would be a good idea” Ghandi, when asked about Western Civilisation.
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