Well the entire Tippit story is indeed a very intriguing if not confounding one.
Isn’t it interesting:
We have a murder in downtown Dallas.
A murder that’s so hard to explain in terms of what actually happened.
A murder where literally millions of dollars have been spent trying to work out what actually took place.
Most murders are fairly straight forward.
In the actuall killing that is ..not necessarily who did it.
But Kennedy’s killing is plagued with issues from start to finish..
…a one in a thousand conundrum if you will.
A murder so unique, where the evidence is so weird, so contradictory , so confusing that you would never see another puzzle like it in your lifetime.
But wait…….another one in a thousand condrum murder happens just
40 minutes later , less than 5 miles away!!
The facts are certainly in there somewhere but I would like to note something I found quite interesting.
In 1964 two people in a position to know things, both said that the public, the world, would never know the truth of the Kennedy killing.
Who were they?
Earl Warren in answer to ‘when will the American public know the facts ‘ said
‘not in our lifetime, if ever.’
and the other person…
Jack Ruby: “the world will never know the true facts , of what occurred…..”.
History appears to be proving them both correct!