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[Nettime-bold] Re: <nettime> murder
dan s wang on Fri, 12 Apr 2002 18:22:02 +0200 (CEST)


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[Nettime-bold] Re: <nettime> murder


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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>From: Phil Graham <phil.graham {AT} mailbox.uq.edu.au>
>To: nettime-l {AT} bbs.thing.net
>Subject: <nettime> murder
>Date: Fri, Apr 12, 2002, 9:09 AM
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> I received the file located at http://www.philgraham.net/murder.html as a
> word attachment from a colleague on another list. I am waiting to hear
> specifics about its provenance. It contains very graphic, explicit scenes
> of violence, and is disturbing to say the least. With the talk of massacres
> and mass murder in Palestine, I felt I ought to post the page. As to its
> origin, date, place, and so on, I have no details whatsoever but will post
> them as soon as, or indeed if, I can. I will post any news about the page,
> especially if it is found to be inauthentic (which seems unlikely but
> possible).
>
> Best regards,
> Phil
>
>
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