This video offers the opportunity to compare the dark haired, brown eyes young man to the red-haired, green eyes one.
Given the dark hair color and mostly straight hair of Holmes in the video, in order to obtain the red/orange and curly hair the man would have not only needed to color his hair, but to first bleach it and also to perm it. Ask any hair dresser: the light orange color can't be obtained without first bleaching dark hair. As to the curls, if they're natural in the red hair (which they seem to be) then the red hair man is not Holmes.
Imho we are shown two different men, and the hair coloration is a trick to dissimulate that fact because the patsy was blond with curly hair (and green eyes), unlikely to be confused with Holmes. As simple as that: the evidence hidden in plain sight!
Also note the ears which stick out, the nose and eyebrows, and the BROWN eyes.
To confuse us further they have shown us a black-and-white ID pic of the REAL Holmes and colorized his T-shirt in *orange* to increase the similarity with the man who is in custody. Why do this if there's only one man?
How is that for a cognitive dissonance? Is anyone going to call the authorities on the obvious physical differences and the switch of individuals? Or are we too addled to make the effort to call BS when we see it?
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