To the book critics who have me all figured out and want to protect me from myself -- I'll choose my literary poison, thank you.
Forgetting2 » Sat Oct 19, 2013 12:42 pm wrote:Anyone know what's up with Judyth Vary Baker? I heard her complaining about being shut out from one of the Dallas events...
Carol Newquist » Sat Oct 19, 2013 10:11 am wrote:To the book critics who have me all figured out and want to protect me from myself -- I'll choose my literary poison, thank you.
Would it be fair to say that you consider Tosches unfair in his treatment of JFK since JFK is dead.....and a horrible death, at that?
So let me get this straight. You prefer to read books that are unfair? Or is it that I'm unfair, but a recognized author you might favor isn't and couldn't be? Help me clear up what seems like a contradiction.
The Ultimate JFK Secret: Who is REALLY Buried In Arlington?
2011 11 25
By Robert D. Morningstar | JFKResearch.com
The JFK-Tippit Double Murder
"The killing of Officer Tippit is the Rosetta Stone of the JFK assassination"
~Wesley J. Leibeler, Warren Commission counsel
At the Third Decade conference, at a panel of the country’s foremost experts on the Kennedy assassination, I inquired whether anyone there had ever considered the possibility that we might be seeing rear view photos and X-rays of Tippit substituted for those of JFK, based on the amazing similarity of the temporal head wound in both victims. Some cynics laughed in the audience but from the podium, the moderator, George Michael Evica, author of "...And We Are All Mortal", responded with a most unusual answer:
"It’s interesting that you should ask this question because...I’ve studied Tippit, and when I went down to Dallas I found out that Tippit bore a remarkable resemblance to President Kennedy, so much so that HIS FRIENDS IN THE DALLAS POLICE DEPARTMENT USED TO RIB HIM AND CALL HIM ’JACK’ AND ’JFK’". (emphasis mine)
I then inquired whether anyone had ever seen any pictures of Tippit other than the one I had dubbed "The Tippit-Elvis Picture," which showed him in a cowboy shirt, head slightly tilted, hair slicked back, appearing to be about 26-28 years of age. To my knowledge, it was the only one that had been published since his death. I also inquired whether anyone there had ever seen Tippit’s autopsy report or knew his personal history. Later, Dan Du Pont, a researcher from North Hollywood, CA, approached me to discuss my inquiry. He promised to send me a copy of Tippit’s autopsy report to assist in my research.
THE REAL SECRET OF THE TIPPIT MURDER
In late July of 1992, I received from Dan Du Pont a 1964 manuscript by Gary Murr entitled "The Death of Officer J. D. Tippit". It contained the report of FBI Special Agent Arthur Carter on the autopsy of Officer J. D. Tippit, conducted by the Texas Coroner, Dr. Earl Rose. While studying the entry wound diagrams by Dr. Rose, I saw a remarkable similarity between Dr. Rose’s Tippit diagrams and the wound I perceived in the purported JFK lateral x-ray. I realized that the lateral x-ray purported to be that of the late President might in fact be that of Officer J. D. Tippit.
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