J.D. TIPPIT (1924-1963) In Dallas, Texas there is a city memorial honoring the dedicated men and women of law enforcement who have given their lives in the line of duty. They are Dallas heroes - men and women whose strength of character endured the ultimate test. They leave family and friends who will forever wonder what might have been.
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.
- Annona, Red River County, Texas, USA
- September 18, 1924
- Section 62, Lot 1, Space 7
Jul 03, 2021 · JD Tippit was a Dallas police officer, but there is evidence to suggest he was also part of a Military Intelligence Abort Team, along with Lee Harvey Oswald and other members of the DPD. The mission was to stop the assassination of JFK. As we know, that mission failed.
As the evidence that follows will show, the murder of Dallas Police officer J.D. Tippit was pre-arranged and involved LEE Oswald and at least one high-ranking Dallas Police officer. Tippit was shot and killed at 10th & Patton by LEE Oswald, who then met up with Capt. Westbrook near the church behind the nearby Texaco parking lot.
J.D. TIPPIT / Family History FAMILY HISTORY Origins of the Family Name The surname Tippit originated in England and France and was spelled "Typet," meaning "purse maker." In The Canterbury Tales, and other works of Geoffrey Chaucer (1342-1400), the pilgrims carried small pouches which contained knives, coins or other small personal items.