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I think I read somewhere (sorry, I can't remember the source and it may be a vile canard) that crime scene photographers like Weegee used to "rearrange" the scene for aesthetic purposes before the police arrived. This may be apocryphal, however.

Didn't Joe Peschi star in a movie playing a character based on Weegee?


Always was interested in this theme! Then the Times article goes on to run down so many true crime tangents that I forgot the piece was supposed to be about Weegee.

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