Yes Adele, the Commission put the time of the shooting at 1.15pm ,
but I believe the best evidence puts it close to1.06pm.
I am happy to accept Markam's assertion of 1.06 - 1.07 for the shooting as she was
leaving her house to catch her bus for work and is unlikely to mistake something she
did at the same time every day.
I am happy to accept Bowleys assertion of his 1.10 arrival at the scene, because it squares with Markam
..and the Methodist Hospital fixing Tippits arrival officially as 1.15pm corroborates them both.
If Roberts time of 1pm of Oswald arriving at the boarding house is valid, then he could not
have walked to the crime scene in time.
He would have had 2 or 3 minutes...impossible.
Its quite interesting that two pieces of "evidence" against Oswald have him moving at
It would truly be laughable if it wasnt serious.
Yes Adele , I have read this account, written by your investigator
friend / aquaintance I assume and it is interesting.
There were two separate transcripts of the police radio log at that time and
the second has Tippits shooting being reported to the Dallas police as 1.19pm.
The original police transcript has this occuring at 1.10pm
Like I said before, welcome to the wonderful world of the Dalas Police and fairyland.
Now talk about the authorities being caught in their own lie..
I refer back to my post above concerning Adian Hamby, the library employee.
He was interviewed by Dale Myers who seems to have completely missed the
importance of one piece of his information.
Hamby's shift started at 1.20pm.
When he arrived, there were already law enforcement there at the corner of
Jefferson and Marsellis before he parked his car.
What were they doing there?
Hamby never mentioned he was late when asked when he started work.
And so that means he would have been at the corner a few minutes
He spoke with them briefly and then went into work.
He was seen going into the library by an officer who radioed at 1.25 pm
that the suspect had gone into the library.
What this really means is that the Commissions time of 1.15 is baloney,
and that the original transcript was correct and the second was altered.
The fact that the police were already there before 1.20pm is proof of
They are claiming that Bowley was advising them of the officer down (1.19pm) at the
very same time as the road block or cordon was being set up at the corner of Marseliis and
Another example of just how astoundingly psychic the Dallas Police were that
The last revision transcript of the logs puts the call about the suspect at the library
Why revisions etc?
There were quite a number of copies made of the original recordings.
It is extremely doubtful the ones on record are the originals
And transcript differ.