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We want to mark this tragic day by remembering a great President with the sense of dignity and history he deserves.
“I don’t think we know yet what will take place. It may be simply a moment of silence,” Longford said of the 50th anniversary commemoration. “It will absolutely not be a festival. It will be a dignified and appropriate commemoration.”
“We have reserved Dealey Plaza for that date,” said Nicola Longford, the museum’s executive director. “I think, for the 50th anniversary, we have an opportunity to offer a dignified, appropriate event for the city of Dallas.”
The city plans to cordon off the area and, for a ceremony lasting less than an hour, admit only people who have some kind of ticket. Details have yet to be worked out.
Expect a lawsuit, says prominent JFK assassination expert Robert Groden, a regular at Dealey Plaza, who will insist on his right to be there that day.
Groden maintains it’s really not officially a city park. If that’s true, and if that’s an impediment to City Hall’s plans, maybe council will wave its magic wand and — poof! — it’s a park.
Originally posted by Chinvenzo
reply to post by Signals
Hmm you're probably right. I heard somewhere that the driver (I think the driver at least) was the one to shoot him and in one recording from street level you can see it clearly. I haven't seen this for myself though.
This thread may be worth a second look with the date approaching.
They won't even let James Tague, the third person shot that day, attend the ceremonies. He doesn't buy the official story....
www.timesdispatch.com...edit on 18-11-2013 by Signals because: (no reason given)