On November 22nd, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated by what was once described as ‘a flurry of bullets’ while riding in his Presidential motorcade in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas. Within the hour, Dallas police patrolman, ‘J.D. Tippit’ would be gunned down in the streets of Oak Cliff (a Dallas suburb) in what could only be described as, in the style of a ‘professional execution’. The Dallas P.D and Warren Commission would later claim both deaths were related and that ‘Communist sympathizer’ Lee Harvey Oswald killed both men. Lee Harvey Oswald, without legal representation or a single day in court, was quickly ‘Branded’ (with full intent) by the Warren Commission as the ‘Lone Assassin’ and ‘Cop Killer’.
The evidence in the case of J.D. Tippit is in direct conflict with this assessment of Oswald. Truth is told, evidence indicates that Oswald’s alleged ‘guilt’ is suspect, well beyond ‘reasonable doubt’, as defined in Courts of Law. In reviewing the case of Tippit’s murder, one quickly discovers a deliberate and methodical manipulation of evidence, Manipulation, which appears to have been done (at least in part), by the Dallas Police Department. A manipulation designed to lay the blame for J.D. Tippit’s murder at Oswald’s feet, but is it truth?
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