Suppose there is a 1 million solar mass black hole. A 1.022MeV photon near a nucleus produces an electron-positron pair a distance=A from the event horizon. The positron’s vector is directly “up” away from the singularity. It doesn’t have escape velocity. It reaches an apogee at distance=B from the event horizon, then falls directly towards the singularity. Later another 1.022MeV photon near a nucleus at distance=1/2A from the event horizon produces another pair. The electron’s vector is directly “up” away from the singularity and is in fact the same initial vector as the positron. The electron doesn’t have escape velocity and reaches apogee at distance=C from the event horizon at the same time as a collision occurs with the positron. Will the annihilation photons have more, equal, or less energy than 1.022MeV combined when measured from the center of mass frame?