Steve Thomas Posted January 22, 2005 Share Posted January 22, 2005 It appears that the Dallas Police in 1963 had a mindset that said a person was guilty until proven innocent. I wonder how this affected the way they went about solving crimes. Supplementary Investigative Report of Chief Criminal Deputy Sheriff Alan Sweatt: http://jfkassassination.net/russ/testimony/sweatt.htm "Shortly after, a DPD officer brought a boy in a sport coat up and said "here is the man that had done the shooting". FBI Interview with Forgery Detective William Chambers, assigned to question the three tramps: http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Senat...0179-10312.html "Once inside Captain Jones' office, Captain Jones told Chambers, "find out which one shot the President."" WC testimony of Julia Postal: http://jfkassassination.net/russ/testimony/postal.htm "well, that is when I first heard Officer Tippit had been shot because some officer came in the box office and used the phone, said, "I think we have got our man on both accounts." "...that officer came out of the theatre and grabbed at the phone and made the call about simultaneously as they were bringing Oswald out." It's not surprising to me that an Officer would say what Julia Postal heard. Rather than an indication of conspiracy, I think it's an indication of the police mindset. Steve Thomas Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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