Talk:Death Comes to Mata Hari

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This is another example of Articles or other documents I've seen here that confuse "Prone" with "Supine". My understanding is that prone means face down - on one's belly. Supine means on one's back. The description here, as in the main Article, speaks of her facing the sky but being prone. Not a big deal, but I think credibility counts. Was the original author actually there or just recounting confused "hearsay". As the rumor descritions show, there is a difference. Its interesting also that she was rushed to the execution site - what was the big hurry? Sounds like she was framed to me. Abockhau (talk) 11:55, 15 October 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]