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Bill Simpich: Who found Oswald's wallet?

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Bill Simpich: Who found Oswald's wallet?

Post by capone81 on Tue 22 Apr 2014, 9:52 pm

Over at JFKFacts.org, Bill Simpich has started a great discussion about the second(or third) wallet.

It's interesting that an FBI agent now accuses the Dallas PD of covering up evidence that would've tied Oswald to the Tippit murder. Why would the police have covered up evidence that incriminated Oswald? 

http://jfkfacts.org/assassination/on-this-date/oswalds-wallet-planted-at-the-tippit-crime-scene/

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Re: Bill Simpich: Who found Oswald's wallet?

Post by Albert Rossi on Tue 22 Apr 2014, 11:03 pm

Several people at jfkfacts.org have commented that the only plausible reason for covering up this wallet at the Tippit murder scene was if the police did indeed remove a wallet directly from Lee's person upon arrest. Otherwise, why not use the incriminating evidence to tie him directly to Tippit's murder?  I tend to agree. Once the veracity of the story of this wallet's "discovery" is accepted, one must conclude it was a plant.

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