I was thinking about this and either I have a misunderstanding of black holes or they are simply not how the standard model proposes them to be. Lets start out by setting a few a statements from the standard model that you agree with. If you disagree about any of these points please comment so we can fix that misunderstanding early. As soon as an object hits the event horizon according to the standard model it will appear as if it is locked in time right there. Well if that's true why do we just see a black hole? Aren't we supposed to see all the matter that's inside the black hole right at the event horizon?