Officer JD Tippit was laid to rest on Monday, November 25, 1963, the same day that President Kennedy was laid to rest. Over 1500 mourners attended the funeral. JD Tippit was later given a posthumous Meritorious Citation and Medal for Valor from the Dallas Police Department.
J. D. Tippit was one of the few officers in the Dallas Police Force not to be called to Dealey Plaza to help investigate the assassination. Instead, at 12.45 p.m. he was sent to the Oak Cliff section of Dallas. At 1.16 p.m. Tippit approached a man, later identified as Lee Harvey Oswald, walking along East 10th Street.
The Pre-arranged murder of Officer J.D. Tippit. A half hour after the President of the United States was murdered, Dallas Police Capt. W.R. Westbrook, reserve Sgt. Kenneth Croy, Officer J.D. Tippit, and LEE Oswald met at the entrance to a driveway near 10th and Patton in Oak Cliff, across the Trinity River from downtown Dallas.
J.D. Tippit is one of those ordinary men who, through extraordinary events, had the moniker of hero thrust upon them. And although his role in America's darkest days will forever be remembered it is his likeable spirit that has left the deepest impression.
Autopsy Report on Officer J. D. Tippit, by Earl F. Rose. Report includes permit for autopsy, body diagrams, toxicology and blood alcohol reports, and a pathology lab report.
Nov 09, 2017 · According to multiple witness accounts J.D. Tippit was shot at 1:06 (this was demonstrated and proven in the two previous articles I mentioned). Between the time of 1:06 and the time of 1:11 is 5 minutes. These 5 minutes are unaccounted for in regards to what Nelson was doing during these five minutes.
Oct 27, 2017 · A note (centre) sent to the FBI claims an informant identified Dallas police officer J.D Tippit (left) not Lee Harvey Oswald (right) as the real killer of John F. Kennedy, the assassination files ...