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Saturday, October 26, 2013

JFK Assassination: City of Dallas trying to revise history...

At 50th Anniversary JFK Events, Dallas City Government to Shutdown Any Non-Warren Commission Versions of the Assassination

There are still dark powers lurking around the JFK assassination.


Roger Stone reports:

The Dallas city government wants no part of any version of the Kennedy assassination other than the Warren Commission's official conclusions, this despite the fact that the House Select Committee on Assassinations determined in 1978 that Oswald did not act alone and that JFK was likely killed as the result of a conspiracy. Not to mention it has long been established that both the CIA and the FBI withheld crucial information about their relationship with Oswald, and it is impossible to squeeze off three accurate shots in the time frame required from the cheap Mannlicher-Carcano rifle Oswald allegedly used. The best US Army marksman could not duplicate the feat.

The city has closed Dealey Plaza for one week prior to the 50th anniversary ceremony and for one week afterwards. A limited number of tickets are being given out to dignitaries who won't disrupt a "Celebration of JFK's Life" sponsored by the City of Dallas. Dealey Plaza won't be open to protesters or researchers or contrarians. The media was carefully screened. Media credentials are limited. The alternative press can't get in.

Link:
http://www.economicpolicyjournal.com/2013/10/at-50th-anniversary-jfk-events-dallas.html

1 comment:

  1. John . F. Kennedy’s assassination happened 50 years ago and a majority of Americans do not believe The Warren Commission Report. After 50 years of denials, free the files.

    “Sunny Day in Dallas” – Gerry Segal
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRH7qTLzxvU

    http://www.gerrysegal.com

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