I think hoodie guy is interesting because of the timing AND because of the hoodie. That’s just my opinion. I don’t think it’s unreasonable to ask why a potential witness seen exiting the 12th street gate approx 15 minutes after the murder would be wearing a hoodie (with the hood up) on a very hot summer night. Hoodies have sometimes been worn in the past by criminals to conceal things they are carrying and/or to hide their identities. This is well known. And it makes sense. I’d wear one if I were a criminal. Does that mean that everybody who wears a hoodie is concealing something or trying to hide their identity? No. Are there some people who enjoy wearing long sleeve heavy flannel/cotton or fleece garments with the hood up when it’s 90 degrees out? I’m sure there are a few. But is it “very common?” No. Do most people “see them all the time” when it’s very hot outside? No. Jmo. Is is possible that a person wearing a hoodie could conceal items in their hoodie that a person not wearing a hoodie would have trouble concealing? Probably. I think that’s all that was being asked. But let’s stop pretending that wearing hoodies when it’s very hot outside is “very common”, because it’s not. It was in the upper 90’s the last three days of July. So I think it’s a reasonable question for any sleuth to ask when looking at that video still (and not just because of the time): “could the hoodie guy be concealing something?” That’s just my opinion.