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Gary Mack and Jack White examine the Mary Moorman photograph and discover the figure they call "badgeman". Also, a re-enactment video compiled by Gil Jesus depicting a "badgeman" shot from behind the picket fence using scenes from the Oliver Stone movie "JFK".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hn1-dy5-Ebs

I've read a few places that Tippit was a "marksman."

http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKtippet.htm

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Gary Mack and Jack White examine the Mary Moorman photograph and discover the figure they call "badgeman". Also, a re-enactment video compiled by Gil Jesus depicting a "badgeman" shot from behind the picket fence using scenes from the Oliver Stone movie "JFK".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hn1-dy5-Ebs

I've read a few places that Tippit was a "marksman."

http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKtippet.htm

Well, that's really only one place, but who's counting? :tomatoes

Also on that page is this interesting tidbit, that got it right(!) but didn't carry it far enough:

The reason for Officer Tippit's murder is simply this: It was necessary for them to get rid of the decoy in the case - Lee Oswald. Now, in order to get rid of him - so that he would not later describe the people involved in this, they had what I think is a rather clever plan. It's well known that police officers react violently to the murder of a police officer. All they did was arrange for an officer to be sent out to Tenth Street, and when Officer Tippit arrived there he was murdered, with no other reason than that.

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Gary Mack and Jack White examine the Mary Moorman photograph and discover the figure they call "badgeman". Also, a re-enactment video compiled by Gil Jesus depicting a "badgeman" shot from behind the picket fence using scenes from the Oliver Stone movie "JFK".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hn1-dy5-Ebs

I've read a few places that Tippit was a "marksman."

http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKtippet.htm

Well, that's really only one place, but who's counting? :ice

Also on that page is this interesting tidbit, that got it right(!) but didn't carry it far enough:

The reason for Officer Tippit's murder is simply this: It was necessary for them to get rid of the decoy in the case - Lee Oswald. Now, in order to get rid of him - so that he would not later describe the people involved in this, they had what I think is a rather clever plan. It's well known that police officers react violently to the murder of a police officer. All they did was arrange for an officer to be sent out to Tenth Street, and when Officer Tippit arrived there he was murdered, with no other reason than that.

That's the most concise and logical reason I've heard yet. I'm beginning to realise that the biggest hurdle in this case is being able to seperate the staggeringly complex from the staggeringly simple! In the scheme of things, alongside whatever else was being orchestrated that day, the Tippit shooting must have been the easiest task for the conspirators to perform, even though they actually made a sloppy ham-fisted job of that too.

Still digging though Duke...

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