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  1. Ron Bulman

    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    I'm not defending Livingstone by any stretch of the imagination. In fact I was looking for something I'd read years back about him on the steps of Congress or somewhere in Washington blustering about how he was the only researcher pursuing whatever subject was of importance to him at the moment. He seems paranoid at times as well as full of his own self importance. That said, he did publish some otherwise unpublished information that would have otherwise never seen the light of day. I do try to take it with a big grain of salt as suggested by Mr. McBride. I'd really like to know more about his sources. I've read Larry Harris was respected. I couldn't find anything on Professor Bill Pulte. E. G. where was he a professor, where did he graduate from, what was his field (not that this qualifies expertise). Here's and interesting interview, that I believe demonstrates his paranoia and introversion, as well as his passion. I never knew he shook hands with or was or was inspired by JFK's presence. http://jfk.hood.edu/Collection/Weisberg Subject Index Files/L Disk/Livingstone Harrison Edward States Attorney/Item 08.pdf Nor did I know Vince Palamara was encouraged by or worked with Livingstone. https://vincepalamara.com/2015/06/03/harrison-edward-livingstone-he-was-a-friend-of-mine/
  2. Ron Bulman

    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    Looks like Ruby knew Oswald, and Tippit.
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    I've had reservations about referring to it. Not to speak ill of the dead but I've read he was shall we say abrasive with other significant researchers regarding his views. High Treason with Robert Groden was a revelatory book for me, reading it in 91 or 92, before Oliver Stone's movie JFK, but they split. However, it appears he did establish a good relationship with some local Dallas researchers, Professor Pulte, reporter and later Dallas Mayor Wes Wise, Larry Harris among others. The Radical Right and the Murder of John F Kennedy is (somewhat curiously?) dedicated to Dr. Robert McClelland. Chapter 7 at 28 pages are about the Tippit execution. Pg. 324. 'Tippit had a close friend, officer Billy Anglin, and both had adjoining patrol areas which included Harlandale...". (Speculation, justified?): "It may be that the Cubans were directed to rent a house in Tippit or Anglin's patrol district to provide them with protection and a blind eye to the arms going in and out". Pg. 342. "Dick Loomis... had his home at 507 E. 10th, one block from the spot where J.D. Tippit as killed". "Loomis aunt, Myrtle Mckay lived next door and was in regular contact... was extremely upset by the fact Ruby and Oswald were with Loomis." "corroborated by Rydell's husband and his sister to Pulte and Lowery". "Dick Loomis was from an old Dallas family and was an attorney specializing in oil and gas law. The Loomis family had also been in the cotton business, as was the Jaffe family. His law office was directly above Lamar Hunt's". Loomis, Ruby and Oswald were seen sitting on the hood of Ruby's car drinking beer"... "Within 90 Days of the assassination Loomis bought the 5 houses on E. 10th on the side of the street where Tippit was shot, and immediately east of the driveway where the shooting occurred." ... "Loomis then had the homes razed and had an apartment complex built in their place." More for Michael later on Tippit himself.
  4. Ron Bulman

    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    See my post in about an hour.
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    I'm not Gene but he's noted in The Radical Right, pg. 323 regarding the same instance, breakfast at the Pig and Whistle for Ruby, Oswald and Tippit. Referenced to Bill Pulte, memo's to the author (Livingstone),in 1996 & 96. Very next sentence: " A neighbor of the Oswald's in the fall of 1962, when they lived on Elsbeth, realized after he saw someone who looked very much like Ruby on TV after shooting Oswald, that he had seen Ruby entering the Oswald's apartment". Also via Pulte.
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    That's a loaded question Paul. He was dirty, dense, useful, and expendable for starters. Sold pills at a local drug store booth. Good chance he was involved in "overlooking" prostitution involving Ruby as well as gun running.
  7. Buddy Hackett at the breakfast table in his pajamas, that could have been funny. The article almost sounds like a lead, the title too.
  8. Ron Bulman

    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    I looked up the source on a earlier post I Made about Ruby going to the Eatwell café on 11/22 looking for Helen Markham, and, the Secret Service questioning her later in the book Radical Right... Livingstone credits a letter to him from professor Bill Pulte, who is also a source in the Doris Holan interviews. I googled him today hoping for more of/on his work with varying results. His name popped up in relation to a Bill Kelly article on JFK and the Unspeakable. He's reference # 464 regarding an interview he did with Gary Shaw of Mack Pate in 1989. Reading the article itself surprised me, in part because I've read the information before and didn't remember it. I bought Unspeakable within a couple or 3 years after it came out based on reviews I'd read of it. I think the article subject is relevant to this thread. It's about James Douglass 2007 interview of Butch Burroughs, Texas Theater employee who sold Oswald popcorn at 1:15. Mr. Douglass asked him if he had seen anyone else arrested. He said yes. Of Oswald's "look alike", "almost like it was his brother". Who was taken out the back. Which corroborates Bernard Haire's story. He says he had a clear view of both the Oswald taken out the front, and, the Oswald taken out the back. Says nobody ever asked him about it before (and he didn't volunteer anything - wisely?). http://jfkcountercoup.blogspot.com/2012/02/james-douglas-wes-wise.html
  9. Ron Bulman

    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    I know this is old hat for the true researchers on here and many who are just well familiar with the facts. I read in particular Crossfire and Radical Right along with other things about Tippit many years ago but have forgotten some of them and some of it went right over my head back then. When reviewed in light of Into the Nightmare, Bill Simpich's time line and comments on this thread its astounding to me that anyone can still believe the Warren Omission conclusion that Oswald shot Tippit. Reading a little more tonight about Helen Markham reaffirmed the belief I've come to that she was scared, intimidated and coached. She was "hysterical" at the scene. But she stood firm about the time. Her bus comes by at 1:12. She didn't want to miss it and be late for work, she was after all a single working mother at the time. She was making sure she got to the bus stop on Jefferson before it got there, hence she was at 10th and Patton at 1:06-7 when Tippit was shot. Oswald left his rooming house a mile away to stand by the bus stop outside at 1:04. Jim Marrs first pointed this out in Crossfire and I re-read Helen's Warren Omission testimony tonight. She denied Six times in a row to Joseph Ball that she identified anybody in the lineup on 11/22/63, she fainted during the lineup. Then Ball asks her "Was there an number two man there?". "Number two is the one I picked.", Markham. "I thought you just told me----", Ball. "I thought you wanted me to describe their clothing", Markham. Bottom of page 310/top of 311. https://history-matters.com/archive/jfk/wc/wcvols/wh3/html/WC_Vol3_0159b.htm Here's another interesting thread with informative info/links on the subject. http://forum.assassinationofjfk.net/index.php/topic/819-a-dirty-little-company/
  10. Wow. Take me back in time. I don't know when I first saw Executive Action (early 80's?) but it spurred my questioning of the official story even at that late date, way back then. You worked with Burt Lancaster. Wow. https://www.amazon.com/Executive-Action-Donald-Freed/dp/B00005JMA5
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    I've been refreshing my memory regarding Helen Markham, star witness of the Warren Omission regarding Oswald murdering Tippit. It's amazing. Joseph Ball, one of the top WO attorneys, "she's full of mistakes", "utterly unreliable", "a screwball" (!). Wesley Liebeler "her story is contradictory and worthless". She talked to Tippit after he was dead. Said she talked him until the ambulance arrived. He was shot three times in the chest then a coup de grace in the head. Ambulance driver and other witnesses say this was impossible. Other witnesses don't remember her being there. Harrison Livingstone in "The Radical Right" asserts that she likely knew Ruby as a waitress at the Eat Well café near his club which he frequented. That he went there at 7:00 PM on 11/22/63 inquiring about her after he ordered coffee and a Danish. When told she was out sick he left without eating the Danish or drinking the coffee. Then the Secret Service came in and questioned her to the point she got so nervous she quit. Additionally he says Marie Tippit thought the "other woman" in JD's life was Helen Markham... http://spartacus-educational.com/JFKmarkhamH.htm https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=helen+markham+jfk&view=detail&mid=3F09EA7D57D1A883FDAF3F09EA7D57D1A883FDAF&FORM=VIRE "he folded his hands like this and stuck them in through the window". The window was rolled up. Per crime scene photos. Jim Marrs, Crossfire, pg 331 (updated 2013 version).
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    Second, again he did not run a 3 minute mile from the boarding house to where even Helen Markaham said he shot Tippit at 1:06-7.
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    If Oswald's landlady saw him outside at the bus stop at 1:04, and the manager of the Texas Theater served him popcorn at 1:10... One, he needed a ride. Two, even with a ride he didn't have time to go by and shoot Tippit at 1:07. It was not on the way, but out of the way to the Texas Theater.
  14. Ron Bulman

    Steve Jaffe interview

    Any comment's on On The Trail of the Assassins by Garrison, Farewell to Justice by Joan Mellen or Destiny Betrayed by Jim Di Eugenio?
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    The Tippit Case in the New Millenium

    The sequence of events in reality found by researchers as opposed to the Warren Omission is not only impossible but insane. Oswald is standing out by the bus stop after changing clothes per landlady Earlene Roberts, after two cops stop and tap the horn twice while his is doing so, and getting his pistol per the Warren Omission and Robert's looking at the clock at 1:04. Per them Oswald walked almost a mile in 11 minutes to shoot Tippit at 11:15. The ambulance took him away at 1:17, it arrived real quick, after Helen Markham talked to him with a bullet in his brain, then he was declared dead at the hospital at, ...1:15! But, really Tippit was killed at 1:07. So Oswald ran a 3 minute mile, unobserved, then ran to the Texas Theater, and bought a ticket in time to buy popcorn at 1:10PM per manager Butch Burroughs and move about sitting next to other patrons for the next 30 minutes at 1:15 per witness Jack Davis. But wait, Oswald snuck in past the ticket office then went to the balcony at 1:35 where Officer Hill went looking for him upon his arrival. Where after Oswald was arrested on the first floor and Pinky Westbrook sprained his ankle ligaments tackling him, Oswald was led downstairs and out the backdoor per the business owner next door. I think there might be a more plausible explanation involving some one impersonating Oswald in the weeks before the assassination in Dallas and the months before elsewhere.
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