(PART 631)


You do not have chain of evidence on the [Tippit] shells. The evidence points to the shells having been planted.

There is zero evidence that Oswald shot the bullets from which the shells derive. There is evidence that he did not. You do not understand the evidence.


More "Miles garbage". Miles, you're a kook in every sense of the word. A real nut who falls for anything. Oswald was witnessed shooting Tippit and ejecting the shells. These same witnesses found the shells that Oswald ejected. These shells were linked, through ballistics, to Oswald's weapon, to the exclusion of all other weapons. These things are fact.


And also keep in mind that there were THREE SEPARATE WITNESSES who found the four shells at the Tippit murder scene too.

THREE different witnesses! -- Barbara Davis, Virginia Davis, and Domingo Benavides.

Do the Anybody-but-Oswald kooks really believe that the THREE Dallas citizens who picked up the bullet shells were part of some "plot" to plant shells?

Or do the conspiracy crazies think that the cops "planted" the four shells in the Davises' yard and then left them there for the three citizens to find later on?

That's nuts.

And, actually, that last option is not even really an option for the CTers....and that's because one of the witnesses who picked up two of the bullet shells (Benavides) picked them up very shortly after the shooting of Officer Tippit.

Plus, there's the inconvenient fact (for the conspiracy kooks) that Benavides and both Davis girls said that they SAW the killer (whom they each later positively identified as Lee Harvey Oswald*) physically ejecting shells out of his gun right after Tippit was killed. And AUTOMATIC weapons don't need to have their shells manually removed from the weapon.

* Benavides' "positive identification" didn't come on 11/22/63, that's true. But in 1967 on the CBS-TV special "The Warren Report", Eddie Barker interviewed Benavides, with Domingo having no hesitation whatsoever in stating that Tippit's murderer was Lee Oswald.

"You don't forget something like that," said Benavides to the CBS cameras in 1967.

Yes, a grain of salt should definitely be placed beside Benavides' 1967 words, because he told police on 11/22/63 that he probably would not be able to positively identify Tippit's killer, which is the reason he wasn't asked to go downtown to view Oswald in a police line-up. Hence, he never did.


This topic of the Tippit shells always reminds me of King Kook Jim Garrison, who actually had the gonads to tell a national audience in Playboy magazine in 1967 that he thought that Tippit's killer DID NOT eject ANY shells on the ground that day. And this is despite the fact that we have THREE different ordinary Dallas citizens PICKING UP FOUR SHELLS OFF THE GROUND on November 22, 1963!

My blood pressure soars when thinking about this retarded quote of Garrison's (have your vomit bucket handy as you read this load of crap):

"The clincher, as far as I'm concerned, is that four cartridges were found at the scene of the slaying [of Officer Tippit]. Now, revolvers do not eject cartridges, so when someone is shot, you don't later find gratuitous cartridges strewn over the sidewalk -- unless the murderer deliberately takes the trouble to eject them. We suspect that cartridges had been previously obtained from Oswald's .38 revolver and left at the murder site by the real killers as part of the setup to incriminate Oswald." -- Jim Garrison; 1967

Shouldn't the above bald-faced lie make everyone who is interested in the truth surrounding the murders of President Kennedy and J.D. Tippit want to SCREAM OUT LOUD?!

David Von Pein
July 23, 2009