Oswald was covered with a blanket when he was removed from the ambulance at Parkland Hospital, but it wasn't on him when the ambulance left the P.D. So, where did it come from, and how did it get on him? And why was it put on him (?) because it wasn't done to keep him warm since his legs were left out. When you cover someone with a blanket to warm them, you cover their legs. You always cover their legs because the legs, being farthest from the heart, are the coldest part. And why didn't anybody notice this before in 53 years of JFK assassination research?