But have you tried to logically figure out how, on the southbound lanes where there was no traffic, the black car which departed the bridge (It is way underneath the I-395 after 03:00), could have been Lloyde's cab?
On the contrary, I don't see how it could possibly have been Lloyde's cab.
The two scenarios we're comparing are:
(1) Lloyde's cab was hit by a pole and came to a stop on top of the bridge at about 9:37 am, where it remained at least until 9:57 am. Meanwhile, another black car was stopped near the cemetery at 9:37 am, and was captured leaving the scene in the Eugenio Hernandez video at 9:43 am.
(2) Lloyde's cab was hit by a short pole and came to a stop near the cemetery at 9:37 am. Meanwhile, another black car was also hit by a longer pole on top of the bridge. The pole on this 2nd car was removed and set aside on the street, and that black car was captured leaving the scene in the Eugenio Hernandez video at 9:43 am. Lloyde's cab was then loaded onto the yellow-orange trailer and tow truck, and moved into position on top of the bridge by 9:56 am.
Could we review the evidence that Lloyde's cab was near the cemetery between 9:37 and 9:43 am? We have some eyewitnesses, and some very low resolution video, is that right?
Just wondering what is happening here with the segmented box I am typing in.
Which button did I inadvertently press to get this effect?
You used the "insert table" button, maybe twice.
Or if you don't like it, use the little "gear" icon to switch to bbedit mode, and you can delete the table commands.
Here is the Jason Ingersoll image of Lloyde's taxi on top of the bridge, with half of the yellow-orange trailer visible way up on the left side of the photo, at the top of the cloverleaf.
Found it at thepentacon.com/Topic7.htm