Then, on the right, we see a detective taking a drag from a cigarette, unperturbed that a shot has just gone off, and sticking his long arm right into the action, but what for? He's not holding a microphone. He is a detective not a reporter. So, what is the "story" behind his action? What are we supposed to believe he is doing? Are we supposed to believe that he is reaching to stop "Ruby"? But without interrupting his drag from the cigarette? And why don't we see that man in the Beers photo or other photos?
Why instead of Detective Blackie Harrison being there is there instead a different man wearing a light trench coat? And that's just one thing. The fact is that the setups of the Beers and Jackson photos- the arrangements of the men- are vastly different between the two images even though we are told that there was only .6 second between the two. How much reshuffling could take place in .6 second? Then when you consider that the only ones moving were the trio and "Ruby" why should there have been any reshuffling at all among the others? Then, the presence of the microphone in Beers and its absence in Jackson is another glaring contradiction that is inexplicable.
Now, look at the Jackson photo again and hone in on the cop standing next to the wall with his hands clasped in front of him like a kindly Jehovah's Witness. Observe his position in relation to the corner of the wall.
Look at it up-close. Where is he in relation to the wall?
I would say he is right at the corner, extending a little beyond it.
But, look at where he is in relation to the corner in Beers.
How much difference between the photos does it take to recognize that these were different takes of a staged event? It's all a prop. You only have to compare the particulars of the Beers photo to the particulars of the Jackson photo to realize that.