He wrote: "ALL cryopreservations should be extensively photographed."
These should be fairly routine procedures, just as most heart surgeries are. Medical professionals should be performing the surgical procedures and the perfusion, and qualified medical professionals don't need pictures to do these procedures.
On the other hand, perhaps cryonics procedures SHOULD be photographed, in order to document the imcompetence, and unethical behaviors, if nothing else. Did anyone photograph Baldwin attempting to cannulate Curtis Henderson??? Or "Q" attempting to cannulate a recent Alcor patient? How about Battiato and Schroeder attempting to perfuse CI-81? Those might be interesting photos.
Personally, I think the only reason these procedures have been extensively photographed is because it helps a bunch of layman continue to delude themselves, (and others), into believing they are some sort of medical professionals. They see themselves wearing scrubs and playing with a "legally dead" person, and viola!, they're "cryonics professionals." I'm sure they all had a good time photographing themselves with the late, great Ted Williams. What a bunch of arrogant, insensitive idiots.
TWrelated, I'm sorry your family was put through that.