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  1. J. D. Tippit (September 18, 1924 – November 22, 1963) was an American World War II U.S Army veteran and police officer who served as an 11-year veteran with the Dallas Police Department. About 45 minutes after the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, Tippit was shot and killed in a residential neighborhood in the Oak Cliff section of Dallas , Texas.

  2. At about 1:45 pm Oswald was seized in the Texas Theatre by police officers responding to reports of a suspect.…. In assassination of John F. Kennedy: The capture and death of Oswald. …confronted by a Dallas policeman, J.D. Tippit, who is thought to have believed that Oswald matched the description. Oswald shot and killed Tippit with a .38 revolver in the presence of a number of witnesses and was later seen entering the Texas Theatre, where at 1:50 pm he was apprehended….

  3. 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.

  4. Oct 27, 2017 · An informant identified Dallas police officer J.D Tippit as the actually killer of John F. Kennedy, the newly released assassination file documents reveal. Patrolman Tippit was shot dead by...

  5. Officer J.D. Tippit was shot and killed while questioning the assassin of President John F. Kennedy at Tenth and Patton Streets. At approximately 1:14 pm, 45 minutes after President Kennedy was shot, Officer Tippit stopped the suspect, Lee Harvey Oswald, who was on foot and fit the general description of the assassin that was being broadcast by the Dallas police radio.

  6. Jul 2, 2013 · J.D. Tippit was a dirty cop who knew Oswald and Jack Ruby and a JFK assassination conspirator in a non-shooting role. Witness Gordon Arnold described encountering 2 cops seconds after the assassination on the grassy knoll. One had ‘dirty hands’ while the other was ‘crying’ and holding a rifle.

  7. Born J. D. Tippit in Clarksville, Texas, the oldest of six children to Edgar Lee Tippit, a sharecropper cotton farmer and his wife, Lizzie Mae Rush. The initials J. D. were given to him by his father as a first name, and do not stand for anything; he was named after a character that his father had read about in a novel while in high school and had admired.

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