It is good for us to investigate things ourselves because too many things do not add up. What annoys me is the amount of gossip about stars etc people are willing to share but no one talks about the real news
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I got this from a facebooker
1/. The lighting/filtering, the eyes and the posture all sticks out for me. Maybe it’s because I take a keen interest in photography, graphics and photoshop..
2/. The shadow around Sandra Bland’s head suggests she is laying down on he floor, and someone standing over her taking the picture. When in fact she should be sitting up..
3/. Sandra has orange clothes on instead of her normal clothes.. All other mugshots frm that station, they all have their own clothes on as the mugshot is taken shortly after they are booked in..
4/. Sandra’s hair, especially in the bottom left, is laying on the floor. Also indicating she is laying down
5/. Sandra’s right eye appears red and looks traumatised and lifeless. There is no fire in her eyes like what we see in all her other pics
6/. Sandra’s right shoulder (our left) looks outstretched. Either someone is holding her arm out or she is laying down with her arm outstretched.
7/. Sandra looks concussed or even more frighteningly could even be dead at the time this ‘mugshot’ picture was taken.. Also you can see a LOT of nostril in the pic, more nostril than you would see had she of been sitting upright…
All til now we haven’t been able to see footage of Sandra in the jail… I want to see what state she was in as she entered the jail and I want to see her walking to and from her cell… Where has all the footage miraculously disappeared to? Why does every other cell have cameras but Sandra’s cell does not?
“I owe Marilyn Monroe a real debt … she personally called the owner of the Mocambo, and told him she wanted me booked immediately, and if he would do it, she would take a front table every night. She told him—and it was true, due to Marilyn’s superstar status—that the press would go wild. The owner said yes, and Marilyn was there, front table, every night. The press went overboard. After that, I never had to play a small jazz club again.” -Ella Fitzgerald
So many women believe that they can only have success at the expense of another woman. But they couldn’t be more wrong. The power we women hold within us is a light, a light that loses nothing by being shared. It is our job as women to inspire, pave the way and give hope to other women. Happy Birthday, Marilyn