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Speculation. - Tippit and his killer knew each other.
Commission finding. - Investigation has revealed no evidence that Oswald and Tippit were acquainted, had ever seen each other, or had any mutual acquaintances. (WCR  651)

"...recalled the person now recognized as Oswald was last seen by her in the restaurant at about 10 a.m. Wednesday, November 20, at which time he was "nasty" and used curse words in connection with his order. She went on to relate that Officer J.D. Tippit was in the restaurant, as was his habit at about that time each morning, and "shot a glance at Oswald." She said there was no indication, however, that they knew each other. (CE 3001)

The WCR lied when stating that there was no evidence that Oswald and Tippit had ever seen each other.
(03-31-2017, 10:35 PM)Ben Holmes Wrote: [ -> ]Speculation. - Tippit and his killer knew each other.
Commission finding. - Investigation has revealed no evidence that Oswald and Tippit were acquainted, had ever seen each other, or had any mutual acquaintances. (WCR  651)

"...recalled the person now recognized as Oswald was last seen by her in the restaurant at about 10 a.m. Wednesday, November 20, at which time he was "nasty" and used curse words in connection with his order. She went on to relate that Officer J.D. Tippit was in the restaurant, as was his habit at about that time each morning, and "shot a glance at Oswald." She said there was no indication, however, that they knew each other. (CE 3001)

The WCR lied when stating that there was no evidence that Oswald and Tippit had ever seen each other.

More quibbling - meaningless.
(03-31-2017, 10:51 PM)Hollywood Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-31-2017, 10:35 PM)Ben Holmes Wrote: [ -> ]Speculation. - Tippit and his killer knew each other.
Commission finding. - Investigation has revealed no evidence that Oswald and Tippit were acquainted, had ever seen each other, or had any mutual acquaintances. (WCR  651)

"...recalled the person now recognized as Oswald was last seen by her in the restaurant at about 10 a.m. Wednesday, November 20, at which time he was "nasty" and used curse words in connection with his order. She went on to relate that Officer J.D. Tippit was in the restaurant, as was his habit at about that time each morning, and "shot a glance at Oswald." She said there was no indication, however, that they knew each other. (CE 3001)

The WCR lied when stating that there was no evidence that Oswald and Tippit had ever seen each other.

More quibbling - meaningless.

This is really a simple matter... had Oswald ever seen Tippit? Had Tippit ever seen Oswald?

It would make ZERO DIFFERENCE to the Warren Commission's theory whether they had seen each other, or were total strangers... there's nothing in the Warren Commission's theory that is enhanced by them not knowing each other...

Yet the Warren Commission had testimony that supports the FACT that they'd seen each other, and even supports, no matter how tentatively, that they were familiar with each other.

And the Warren Commission flatly lied about it.

It's just that simple.

Is it important in the greater scheme of things? Absolutely not. But if the Warren Commission is willing to lie on such small insignificant matters - what will it do on more significant matters?

We'll soon see...