You know now, because I told you, that the thumbprint in the Moorman photo was imposed on it by the Leviathan State. It was not done by Mary Moorman. It wasn't done by Jim Featherstone. It was done by the Almighty State. And that's according to Mary Moorman. You believe Mary, don't you? But, the question is: was it really made by a thumb? Is that the shape of a thumbprint? You should try smearing your thumb with something and then pressing it into something just to see the shape of the print. It doesn't look anything like this:
Hold your thumb up and look at the shape of it. Now turn it, twist it, and see you if you can duplicate the shape we see in the photo. I bet you can't. I know you can't. And if you want to see the shape of other thumbs, look here: You'll have to scroll down a little when you get there:
And, how did the whole thumb get involved? A thumbprint involves just the soft pad of the thumb. That's the only part that leaves a print. But, in this case, it is the whole thumb, from top to bottom, that appears on the photo. How could that possibly happen?
That "thumbprint" was not only deliberately imposed on the photo to hide something, but it's not even a thumbprint. Nobody's thumb is shaped like that. The thumb consists of a proximal phalanx and a distal phalanx, and between them is the interphalangeal joint. The interphalangeal joint is a hinge joint which allows only flexion and extension. There is no angularity between the proximal and distal phalanxes. Again: look at your own thumb, and look at the pictures of thumbs.
Again: how did the whole thumb get involved? A thumbprint involves just the soft pad of the thumb. That's the only part that leaves a print. But, in this case, it is the whole thumb, from top to bottom. How could that possibly happen?
The thumbprint that we see in the Moorman photo was NOT made by a thumb, at least, not by a real thumb. Nobody's thumb is shaped like that. It cannot be duplicated with a thumb.
I presume all my enemies have thumbs. So, using their thumb, they can try to recreate the shape we see. Of course, they would have to dip their thumb into something because a clean, dry thumb would never leave such a mark on a developed Polaroid photo. And how does one "accidentally" leave such a mark on such a photo? Is there anyone who still wants to claim this happened accidentally?
And, I guess the real question I have is: exactly how stupid do want to be about this?
The white thumbprint in the Moorman photo is no accident, and it is no thumbprint either.