- Oct 12, 2017
- AFL Club
Ok so now you're saying the hairs in the plaster come from the back of the head and not the back. That makes sense.Let me help you a little, the hair on the back of the bust information came from the days of the University's FB page 'World Search For A rare copy of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam' 10 years or more ago and images that were distributed from there, they were the first images shown of the bust that showed hair. Perhaps check in with Professor Abbot about the location of the hair and the use of mortuary soap. Perhaps you can show just where the image that you show of hair is of? In Mr. Lawson's comments to Professor Abbot and to Clive, he had used soaps to flatten the hair on his head. Perhaps you should direct your questions to Professor Abbott or Paul Lawson on that. The photographs had not been elongated they came directly from the 3D video, I assume that you have watched it? If not perhaps you could spend a few minutes and then make comments: . The 3D video is a laser scan it effectively searches beneath the surface of the cast and reveals what's there.
Can you show us just where the images have been photoshopped? I have examined them very carefully and whilst some images have been touched up, specifically the Autopsy images, the pre-burial one of the full face hasn't been modified as far as I can ascertain, the profile image has.
The angles of your comparison images for the bust and pre-burial full face are not properly aligned, the image of his face is that published and held by the SA Police and you should be able to see that it is tilted backwards and the bust tilted forwards. You cannot compare one with the other under those circumstances. It seems to me that you have not read or seen the images from Gerry Feltus's book? You'll find that the images you have referred to as frauds are from there. Page 153 to be precise. (Attached).
PC Moss was a good man but he did make some basic scene of crime errors, the matches being one and there are others. Your statement that Detective Sergeant Leane lied is unfortunate, this was an experienced and capable man, the son of the previous Police Commissioner. Does that make him infallible? No, but it does make him a very careful Police officer who cannot be seen to make mistakes or break the rules. Sadly people do make allegations of this nature when they are completely unfounded and without any evidence. On that point, if you have any evidence to support that view either in this case or another that Detective Sergeant Leane was involved with then you should put it forward.
I would be interested to know what qualifies you to make the statements you have made. Are you an ex or serving Police Officer? Have you ever attended a Post Mortem or Autopsy?
I have entered comments in various places in your post.
Maybe at cross purposes with hair being slicked down and mortuary soap not being used to make the plaster cast as in the sworn statement by Lawson.
Det sgt Keane went to work for ASIO according to Littlemore in out takes from his ABC documentary and played in the latest podcast. If he was asked to record that matches were found on the body when they weren't to suggest this was a suicide, then he would.
The photo said to be taken just before making the bust is 100% a different person or very poor image alteration. Like I said look at the nose which in the front on position has been shaved flatter, has no kink like the bust and the creases on the neck have disappared. Jaw is completely different.
The body was embalmed and frozen.
Making a 3d representation from scans is not going to be as accurate as looking and walking around at the bust but gives an idea of what he looked like.
My problem is someone taking an image from the 3d video and elongating it to make it fit the picture. It doesn't fit either one.