Saturday, November 22, 2008

JFK Assassination Anniversary Marked at Dallas Shooting Site

An AP newswire article by Andre Coe, via ABC News, reports that:

About 500 people crowded Saturday into the plaza where John F. Kennedy was shot 45 years ago, all agreeing it was right to remember a pivotal moment in American history, even if they didn't all believe the official line.

People stood shoulder to shoulder and bowed their heads during a moment of silence at 12:30 p.m. Some hawked JFK memorabilia or pitched conspiracy theories to visitors. Others offered firsthand accounts of their memories of the killing.

More here.


At Sun Nov 23, 06:34:00 PM PST, Anonymous Dave K. Austin Texas said...

My question is.... If Oswald shot Kennedy, why didn't he shoot him coming up Houston Street? If you look at the limousine evidence, there was a nick in the aluminum next to the rear view mirror, and the windshield on the Lincoln was cracked. Not to mention that John Connaly was buried with bullet fragments in his wrist. The fragments could only have come from the "Magic Bullet". Yet, the only fragments missing from the magic bullet were taken from it by the FBI for testing. Kind of interesting to me.

At Sun Nov 23, 09:35:00 PM PST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oswald was a Patsy,like Osama bin Laden.911 was an inside job.


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