This is a simple thing, but it speaks volumes. It's an image of Michael Hardin, the ambulance driver, tending to his stretcher at Parkland Hospital after delivering Oswald. For some reason, there were a lot of kids there that day, and in this frame, we see a boy in just a t-shirt. We're talking November 24 in Dallas, Texas- not Miami, Florida. So, I looked up the temperature on November 24, 1963 in Dallas, and the high for the day was 55 degrees. And note that the high temperature usually occurs around 3 pm. So, at 11:40 in the morning, which this was, it had to be considerably cooler than 55 degrees. And yet, there's the kid in the t-shirt looking comfortable. What does it tell you? It should tell you that this was a different day and probably a different time of the year. It was reenactment. And that's the reason why we don't see Hardin's assistant, Harold Wolfe. Apparently, they couldn't get Wolfe for the reenactment. Maybe he refused. And by the way, he reportedly went on to commit suicide- if you believe it. People: the whole story of Oswald's murder is false, including the part about Jack Ruby shooting him. That's just the cover story. It was much deeper, darker, and more Satanic than that.