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‘No matter what happens today, I want you to know that I love you.’ J.D. Tippit to his son Allan, 11/22/1963
‘Tippit’s car was the one that stopped at Oswald’s house and beeped, and then picked him up down the street.’ Harrison Edward Livingstone, High Treason, 1990
‘Tippit was shot by two men, one of whom was Billy Seymour…six witnesses, ignored by the Warren Commission, saw two men shoot Tippit. One of them resembled Oswald…Seymour ran toward the Texas Theater.’ –Richard Sprague, The Taking of America 1-2-3, 1976
‘The officer was getting out of the car, and apparently he’d been talking to the man(Roscoe White) that was standing by the car. The policeman got out of the car, and as he walked past the windshield of the car, where it’s kind of lined up over the hood of the car, where this other man shot…
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