OSWALD IN THE DOORWAY- the blog of the Oswald Innocence Campaign by Ralph Cinque
Saturday, January 28, 2017
Huh. So, that's the shirt, eh? I wonder if he was wearing a t-shirt? Nobody has mentioned it, but we know that Oswald wore t-shirts. And I think it's typical to wear a t-shirt with a long-sleeved shirt like that. In the summer, if you wear a light, short-sleeved shirt, you might go without a t-shirt. But, this was late November, and I would think he would wear a t-shirt. The tearing, presumably, was done by the surgeons to get to him. I still have to wonder how blood got on the right sleeve. He was shot on the left side, and the bullet did not exit. So, how did he get blood there? It seems like they would have put the collar down so that we could see it clearly, since the collar is the only identifying thing we have about the shirt when Oswald was wearing it. Presumably, that little bridge in the middle represents the two sides of his shirt being secured by something, and presumably a button. But, why can't we see the button?
We can see the button on his sleeve.
So, I certaintly don't vouch for the authenticity of this shirt. It doesn't compute to me. I have to wonder if it isn't more JFK assassination photographic flim-flam. I just don't know.