If we say for a moment...
Oswald leaves the TSBD and catches a bus.
We have a very curious thing.
And we suppose his plan is to go home.
So...he walks up Elm st as two Oakcliff buses are coming toward him some blocks ahead.
One of these buses (the Beckely bus) would take him up to his home 1/2 mile or so from the otherside of the Houston viaduct.
The other (the Marsellis bus) only goes to the edge of the other side and turns off at Marsellis some distance shy of his house.
So which one does he catch?
He gets on the Marsellis bus!
Why did he do that? Its the wrong bus!
He could have caught either as they were both coming toward him so why?
Well the curious thing is, if he had stayed on the bus and it had not been delayed, he would have been on it when it
turned off at Marsellis and.. had he gotten off at the first stop he could have walked over and met Officer Tippit
who was sitting in his patrol car at the Glocco Service Station right at that time.
At approxmately 12.35 pm Tippit (in Oakcliff) and Oswald (in town) both made a decision and performed an action on purpose and almost
similtaneously, to be in the same place at the same time... some 15 mins later.
Oswald catches the Marsellis bus that goes past the Glocco and Tippit drives up to the Glocco and parks there.
Considering Oswald chose the "wrong" bus to his home in the first place that is one hell of a coincidence to me.
Cosidering Tippits movements that day its very hard to believe that he came upon Oswald by chance.
If you look at a map of their known movements it really does appear that Tippit had some idea where he should be
when cruising slowly near 10th and Patton
His movements really do seem to be those of someone who is looking for someone and further, from his demenour as reported by witnesses
seeing him speed away from the Glocco and then at the Top Ten , he again appears to be a man who has lost something.
Or someone!., Is in a hurry and is agitated.
What does all this mean?
Well given that scenario ,it seems highly possible that there was a pre-arranged meeting for Oswald at the Glocco.
He was following the plan..he got on the Marsellis bus.
But ... he baulked..perhaps he was realizing he was being set up.
Suddenly he made a decision , he was worried, maybe something had gone wrong.
That morning he did not feel that his life was in danger, he didnt need his gun, and so it wasnt with him.
But now..just maybe, there was some kind of treachery beginning to show itself,
he should go get his revolver before the meeting..just in case.
That would mean he had to get over the viaduct quicker than planned so he could get his gun and then walk down
to the Glocco.
So..its off the bus to get a cab.
He gets his gun , but realises from the TV inside his boarding house that the time is getting away from him.
He had miscalculated a little..and why not , he wasnt wearing a watch.It took him longer to get out of town (even with a cab) than he thought.
So he stands near the bus stop debating whether or not to walk down the road to the Glocco and decides he is too late and heads
the other way towards Jefferson.
A minute ot two before he arrived at his house in the first place , Tippit , down at the Glocco , Tippit panicks...no Oswald!!
Tippit screams off in hurry according to witnesses.
Just as Oswald is leaving his house, Tippit is making what appears to be an urgent phone call at the Top Ten, where upon it appears
nobody answers and he rushes out of the store jumps in his car and is seen running a stop sign in his haste.
Minutes later , after cruising slowly down the back streets only a few blocks away and stopping to talk with a man walking
down the street, Tippit is shot and killed.
The alleged muderer is then apprehended just up the road sitting in a picture theatre.
And by a happy circumstance for all law enforcement, the cop killer is also the man that shot the president!.
Which is why the FBI was able to wrap it all up in less than a week!
One thing is for certain.
The closer one looks at the Tippit killing, the more bizarre the entire official JFK story appears.