I am very curious about this collage. On the left, in color, is the interior of JFK's limo as it appears today on display at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. On the right in black and white is an image of the interior from much earlier.
I am wondering about Connally's jump seat on the left. Why does it look so small? Compare it to the other one. It looks smaller, narrower, and lower.
Is that all due to the photographic angle or is it really smaller? One thing is for sure: we'd be fools to accept what they show us today without considering that they altered it. The same is true of Oswald's shirt. On the left below, that is NOT Oswald's shirt. Compare the collars. Look how Oswald's left collar (on our right) was folded over into a lapel, like on a jacket. The shirt on the left couldn't do that- not in a million years. It's stiffer material.