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Online Martin Weidmann

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Re: JD Tippit - Serious timing issues
« Reply #110 on: December 31, 2018, 08:09:47 PM »
Hint: Evasion tactics can include blending into a crowd if necessary.

And it seems to me it's the cops who made the vacuous drive-by here. ;)

Hint: Evasion tactics can include blending into a crowd if necessary.

If Johnny Brewer is to be believed; so much for that training (and logic), right?.....  Thumb1:

Can we please start talking about the weather or something, because the pain of laughing too much is quickly becoming unbearable.

Offline Bill Chapman

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Re: JD Tippit - Serious timing issues
« Reply #111 on: December 31, 2018, 08:35:53 PM »
Hint: Evasion tactics can include blending into a crowd if necessary.

If Johnny Brewer is to be believed; so much for that training (and logic), right?.....  Thumb1:

Can we please start talking about the weather or something, because the pain of laughing too much is quickly becoming unbearable.

The fugitive made it all the way to Hardy's. He got by everybody including your shoppers and the DPD

Thanks to the shoe salesman, the funny-looking guy came up short.
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Offline Tim Nickerson

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Re: JD Tippit - Serious timing issues
« Reply #112 on: January 01, 2019, 03:15:29 AM »
Bugliosi and Brewer say 1.15pm

Say what?

Brewer never once uttered 1:15 PM. In his earliest sworn statement, he said "About 1:30 pm I saw a man standing in the lobby of the shoe store."  He had the radio turned on, likely tuned to KBOX station, and at about 1:31 pm heard that a police officer had been shot in Oak Cliff. A few minutes after hearing that, Oswald appeared in the lobby of the store.

Offline Eddie Haymaker

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Re: JD Tippit - Serious timing issues
« Reply #113 on: January 01, 2019, 03:30:48 AM »

please watch the vid page 1

and read the posts - we cover that

JB's affidavit was 2 weeks after the fact

and full of inconsistency's

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Re: JD Tippit - Serious timing issues
« Reply #114 on: January 01, 2019, 03:42:55 AM »
please watch the vid page 1

and read the posts - we cover that

JB's affidavit was 2 weeks after the fact

and full of inconsistency's

The film footage in that video was 23 years after the fact. Bugliosi was not being precise with the timing.

What are the inconsistencies in the affidavit? Why should we adopt the imprecise language, and knowingly inaccurate timing , used by Bugliosi over the sworn statement given by Brewer on Dec 6,1963?

Offline Eddie Haymaker

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Re: JD Tippit - Serious timing issues
« Reply #115 on: January 01, 2019, 04:05:57 AM »

well, this is key

In his testimony he says he never heard that JFK had died (until a secret service man tells him at the TT arrest and it was just a rumour and not confirmed)

Now between 1pm and 1.30 the world was waiting (especially in Dallas)

for the news.

JB had the radio on and never heard the news

A priest was confirmed to have arrived to see JFK at around 1.20pm
His death was officially confirmed at around 1.25 onward all day
but JB never heard that on the radio

There is much more evidence than that

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Re: JD Tippit - Serious timing issues
« Reply #116 on: January 01, 2019, 04:26:39 AM »
well, this is key

In his testimony he says he never heard that JFK had died (until a secret service man tells him at the TT arrest and it was just a rumour and not confirmed)

Now between 1pm and 1.30 the world was waiting (especially in Dallas)

for the news.

JB had the radio on and never heard the news

A priest was confirmed to have arrived to see JFK at around 1.20pm
His death was officially confirmed at around 1.25 onward all day
but JB never heard that on the radio

There is much more evidence than that

The official announcement that the President had died was made at 1:35 Pm. The radio would have reported that within a minute or two I'm sure. At the time that the radio was reporting it, Brewer was no longer in the store and he never had the radio with him. He was following Oswald. Julia Postal was listening to KLIF on a little transistor radio and she stated in her Dec 4, 1963 affidavit that they had just announced that President Kennedy was dead when Oswald ducked into the theater.

There is much more evidence than that.


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Re: JD Tippit - Serious timing issues
« Reply #117 on: January 01, 2019, 04:33:31 AM »
actually false

read again

she says about the time she heard

chaos broke out (LHO arrest)

tell the truth

you say 1.35? proof please (iI disagree)

I have timed it myself
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Re: JD Tippit - Serious timing issues
« Reply #118 on: January 01, 2019, 05:05:12 AM »
actually false

read again

she says about the time she heard

chaos broke out (LHO arrest)

tell the truth

you say 1.35? proof please (iI disagree)

I have timed it myself

What are you reading?

"At approximately 1:30 PM or a little later I was working in the ticket office at the theater. I was listening to my transistor radio, and KLIF had just announced that President Kennedy was dead. I had just seen a police car go west on Jefferson. As the police went by, a man ducked into the theater." -- From the signed affidavit of Julia Postal, Dec 4, 1963.

Re announcement of death:

https://static.lib.virginia.edu/JFK/

Offline Bill Chapman

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Re: JD Tippit - Serious timing issues
« Reply #119 on: January 01, 2019, 07:01:02 AM »
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I gave you the ONLY timeline that fits the evidence

There are dozens of holes If he turns up that late

It takes him 20 minutes to walk a 10 minute walk

through all those patrol cars merging on East Jefferson?

searching for a male suspect on foot

Because he's a ninja right?

you can lead a horse to water
but you can't make it grow a brain

Ducking into the Hardy's lobby seems to have been an effective tactic in at least temporarily avoiding detection.

The documentary Timeline to the Texas Theater interview has Brewer describing the fugitive as arriving just shortly after the radio report of a patrolman having been shot in Oak Cliff. This coincides with Brewer confirming Bugiosi's query about hearing the report 'about 45 minutes after the assassination'.

In no way do I claim Brewer was responsible for the time on the screen.
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