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THE SHOOTING OF OFFICER TIPPIT:
Officer Tippit was ordered into the central Oak Cliff area at 12:45 p.m. he drove car # 10.
A description of the suspect in the shooting of the President was broadcast at 12:45, 12:48 and 12:55 p.m. and was described as a white male, approximately 30, slender build, height 5 foot 10 inches, weight 160 pounds.
Oswald was next seen approximately 1 mile from his boardinghouse at the corner
of 10th Street and Patton Avenue.
According to wittiness:
A police car was moving east on 10th Street at about 10 or 12 miles an hour, and pulled up alongside a man on the sidewalk and stopped, the man on the sidewalk approached the police car and leaned on the window ledge of the front passenger door.
A short time later the man appeared to step back, the policeman calmly opened the car door and very slowly got out and walked toward the front of the car.
But he wouldn't get past the front tire, because the man on the sidewalk
would draw a gun and shoot him, then walk around the car and at close range made
sure that he was dead, he was shot 4 times.
As other critics of the Warren Report have pointed out if Officer Tippit had suspected Oswald in the shooting of the President he certainly left his guard down.
According to most of the witness after the shooting, the shooter then walked and moved at a fast trot back towards Patton, then went through a vacant lot and began shaking the gun to empty the spent shells and threw them in some bushes.
The Warren Commission would set the time of the shooting at 01:16 PM.
( this was the time when someone used the cars radio to call for help.)
I have added the Warren Commission Time Line because many critics have doubts that Oswald could have done all of those things and been at the corner of 10th and Patton at approximately 01:10 PM.
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Tippit's encounter with Oswald following the shooting of the President is indicative of no prior association between the two men. Police radio logs show that, as part of general directions issued to all officers immediately after the assassination, Tippit was specifically directed to patrol the Oak Cliff area where he came upon Oswald. His movement from the area which he had been patrolling into the central Oak Cliff area was also in conformity with the normal procedure of the Dallas Police Department for patrol cars to cover nearby districts when the patrol cars in that district became otherwise engaged, as occurred after the assassination. Oswald fit the general description, which, 15 minutes after the assassination, was broadcast to all police cars of a suspect described by a bystander who had seen Oswald in the sixth-floor window of the Texas School Book Depository. There is thus no basis for any inference that, in approaching Oswald, Tippit was acting other than in the line of police duty.
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BUT TIPPITS MOVEMENTS THAT DAY ARE HIGHLY SUSPICIOUS, You can find out more on other sites.
The bullets recovered would end up being useless in any attempt to tie them to Oswald's handgun because they were for a 38 automatic, Oswald had a 38 but it wasn't an automatic.
Jacket found after the Tippit Shooting
When Oswald left his rooming house Mrs. Roberts saw him zipping up a light colored jacket. She would see him standing near the bus stop in front of the house a short time latter.
< Warren Report >
The eyewitnesses vary in their identification of the jacket. Mrs. Earlene Roberts, the housekeeper at Oswald's rooming house and the last person known to have seen him before he reached 10th Street and Patton Avenue, said that she may have seen the gray zipper jacket but she was not certain. It seemed to her that the jacket Oswald wore was darker than Commission Exhibit No. 162. Ted Callaway, who saw the gunman moments after the shooting, testified that Commission Exhibit No. 162 looked like the jacket he was wearing but "I thought it had a little more tan to it." Two other witnesses, Sam Guinyard and William Arthur Smith, testified that Commission Exhibit No. 162 was the jacket worn by the man they saw on November 22. Mrs. Markham and Barbara Davis thought that the jacket worn by the slayer of Tippit was darker than the jacket found by Westbrook. Scoggins thought it was lighter.
< Warren Report > Earlene Roberts
She testified that at about 1 p.m. on November 22, after Oswald had returned to the rooming house, a Dallas police car drove slowly by the front of the 1026 North Beckley premises and stopped momentarily; she said she heard its horn several times. Mrs. Roberts stated that the occupants of the car were not known to her even though she had worked for some policemen who would occasionally come by. [ BACK ] Page 2
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