Pinpointing the Shadowy Figures Behind the JFK Conspiracy ... the Other Conspiracy, That Is

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Excuse me. Pardon me. Sorry to bother you. Got a second? Hey, I'm not asking for money. I just need a favor. Do you know this guy, Frank Librio? Would you be able to get in touch with him for me?

He's the spokesman for the city of Dallas. Very intelligent man, professional, used to be in television. I'm a newspaper reporter. I'm just standing out here on the street asking people if they know him, in case somebody might be able to help me get through to him.

Five days ago I asked him a question about the Kennedy assassination, and I can't get him to reply. Maybe you could do better. No, not one of those questions. This was legitimate.

This was about an attempt by a shadowy group to seize control of Dealey Plaza, where the assassination happened, in advance of its 50th anniversary on November 22, 2013. City Hall is involved in some way, as is the Sixth Floor assassination museum. I'll show you the document. It's attached.

The suspicion on the part of conspiracy theorists is that the group behind the attempted takeover wants to lock down Dealey Plaza so the conspiracy theorists won't be able to go there and get attention from all of the media somebody thinks will flock here for the 50th. The group may also want to bar the presence of any souvenir guys standing around accosting people on the street, like I'm doing here. So this is sort of a conspiracy theory about an anti-conspiracy conspiracy.

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Hey, look, what do you expect? This is Dallas. This is our cottage industry. I'm sure before I'm done here somebody will accuse me of having a tin-foil-hat, anti-anti-conspiracy conspiracy. We do this stuff like the French make lace.

If you look at the attached event application, it shows that the Sixth Floor assassination museum wants to control all of Dealey Plaza for an entire week leading up to the 50th, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. I have tried to get Nicola Longford, director of the assassination museum, to tell me what she plans to do for that much time, but she won't talk to me, either.

It's tough. That's why I'm asking you.

Bradley Kizzia, an attorney who represents noted assassination author Charles Groden, made a Public Information Act demand for documents and correspondence dealing with the 50th. When the city sent him the stuff, it appeared from certain emails that Longford and the assassination museum may not be who's really behind the takeover attempt. They could be cutouts for the real anti-conspiracy conspirators. I'll get into more of that in a column for next week's newspaper.

But hence the shadowy group references. And just think: The shadowy group thing is what started everything. Most of the assassination conspiracy theorists believe a shadowy group in Dallas was behind the assassination. Now they think a shadowy group in Dallas is trying to take over the 50th in order to shut down the discussion of shadowy groups.

You think it sounds crazy? Sure, but think about it. Longford won't talk. Neither will Librio. Perfect. Talk about playing to your own stereotype.

Sometimes you hear people here ask why Los Angeles doesn't have the same shadow over it for the murder of Robert F. Kennedy. Maybe people should think about that question a little harder.

Tomorrow we will see the 48th anniversary. That's a long time for one shadow. I think the Japanese got out from under the shadow of Pearl Harbor faster than this. We seem to have a genius for keeping our shadows alive.

Anyway, if you happen to see Mr. Librio out and about, would you tell him I'm trying to reach him? Tell him to look out his window. I'll be the guy out there with the umbrella and the Super 8 wind-up movie camera. It's sort of a uniform.Sixth Floor Museum Dealey Plaza Application


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John Watson
John Watson

Gee Jim. This reads just like your last article. Nothing like milking an event that's two years away. Jim, you're supposed to be an investigating reporter, right? In your next article why don't you write  exactly how Oswald murdered JFK and stop this annual nonsense from the shysters. This annual freakshow can finally draw down it's curtain. No more carnys with bullhorns. No more tourists yanking up sewer covers. No more shysters shouting down the least little different opinion. No more tourists laughing it up while standing on an X where a person's brains were blown out. Do your damn job and put an end to this nonsense.

halldecker
halldecker

It was in the 80's,  November 22nd,  12:30p,  into Dealy Plaza drives a Lincoln convertible with Larry Flynt,  having been shot and paralyzed,  on the back seat.  Flynt is wearing a huge white diaper,  and nothing else.  Dumps a bottle of ketchup on his head,  screaming 'GET ME TO PARKLAND!"

Grampa always said,  if you wanna know what the Lord thinks of money,   look at who he gave it to.

John Judge
John Judge

The Shadow Over DallasOne shadow that hangs over Dallas, Los Angeles and Memphis to this dayis their failure respectively 48 and 43 years ago to protectthreatened national leaders and figures with adequate security and thefailure of their law enforcement authorities, penetrated as they wereby military intelligence and FBI, and their press, similarlypenetrated, to properly investigate these cases, preserve and examinethe forensic and autopsy evidence, and to hold a trial or even ahearing sufficient to the name or to protect the innocent and punishthe guilty. This is the true shame of those cities, not the fact thata crime was committed in their boundaries that changed the nation.

Since 1964, one independent journalist from nearby Modlothian, Texaswho did investigate and seek the dark truths that surround theassassination of President Kennedy on November 22, 1963, held a Momentof Silence on the Grassy Knoll at Dealey Plaza. A field-appointedBrigadier General in WWII, who helped to liberate the Naziconcentration camps and hated lies and injustice, named Penn Jones,Jr. I had the honor to know him and his work to expose the truth(Forgive My Grief, and see his papers at Poague Library, BaylorUniversity in Waco), and to join him in standing in silence on theGrassy Knoll before he would expound on the bullets, the deadwitnesses and the lies in the case. For Penn, President Kennedyrepresented the last, best hope for world peace and social justice inthe White House and also saw the rising Military Industrial ComplexPresident Eisenhower warned against as the culprit in his murder.Almost 50 years later research, medical evidence, Comgressionalcommittees and the released files have borne out his suspicions andthe case made by D.A. Jim Garrison in New Orleans against the JointChiefs, military intelligence and the mechanics under the control ofshadowy agencies of government. Oswald was intentionally framed as apatsy to lay blame on Fidel Castro. The federal level of investigationwas worse than the local. Penn held his Moment of Silence annually toend the official silence and challenge the lie, lest we forget whatwas done to America and democracy that day.

As he fell I'll, he asked me to continue the tradition which I havedone all these decades. After the JFK film wakened a new generation wegot most of the files loose and the crowds at Dealey grew beyond oursmall band of truth tellers. The Sixth Floor Museum arose to preservethe official lies and the reputation of Dallas. The press and moviescontinue each year to try to defend and bolster the impossiblescenario and exonerate anyone but Oswald. But history and events sincehave not absolved the perpetrators only strengthened their grip.

Since the mid 90s I have directed the national Coalition on PoliticalAssassinations, a natwork of medical, forensic and ballistics experts,historians and academics, and serious researchers into these murders.We have presented the most recent and best evidence at yearlyconferences in Dallas (www.politicalassassinatins.com). I haveincluded a Moment of Silence on the Grassy Knoll in our events everyNovember 22 at 12:30 pm, the moment of the murder. We hold up bannersand, without sound amplification, speak truth to power. We do notintend to be silent until some justice is done to history and to thisassassination. We have secured a non-exclusive permit annually forthis event fro Dallas Parks & Recreation. We have been asking for apermit for 2013 for some years now, only to be told recently that wecannot have a permit because the city and the Sixth Floor Museum wantto have exclusive use of Dealey Plaza to prevent a "circus" which isbeing blamed on anyone suggesting there was a conspiracy to killPresident Kennedy, and to eclude such "disrespect" from the 50thanniversary events on the Grassy Knoll. I would suggest that keepingalive the memory of that act, it's repercussions, and the unsolvedmurder of the victim is the only real respect we can show. A SixthFloor Museum representative was quoted saying they might have a Momentof Silence instead. What a novel idea!

However, if the officials in Dallas limit the debate on this matter toone side in a public park on 2013, their moment of silence will onlyperpetuate the half century of official and press silence about thetruth in this assassination. And given their statements to date, theywant that moment to stretch out into eternity. There, the last whisperof hope for democracy dies. We consider this an issue of repression ofthe First Amendent right to freedom of speech, expression, dissent anddebate in a public space and a public forum. The JFK, MLK and RFKassassinations are open questions and unsolved crimes that raisedeeper questions about our freedom and our country that will mark ourown demise if we let them die.

Beverly Oliver Massegee
Beverly Oliver Massegee

I, along with Lancer N.I.D., both held President John F. Kennedy Memorials in Dealey Plaza. One on November 20 and the other on November 22, niether of which wrere anything but respectful, honoring the memory of J.F.K. and how his death has changed our lives today. I personally feel very threatened that anyone would  trample on my constitutional rights by trying to stifle my free speech! Dealy Plaza is a PUBLIC place, for all of the people, All of the time.

I tried to get a permit to do our Memorial Service this year and was told by the gentleman in the Parks and Recreation Department, ( when they finally chose to get back to me,) that they did not issue permits for Dealy Plaza; that none were needed. So can someone please explain to me why onw is neede and issued for the fiftieth??

Thank You,Beverly Oliver Massegee

Bob Cochran
Bob Cochran

Everyone throughout the years should be allowed in the Plaza, especially on the fiftieth anniversary. Maybe keeping any radical or gross display's might need some scrutiny. But generally taking control by the sixth floor when usually they are not even represented in years past would not be fair or just to those faithful souls there every year come rain, come shine... I have been blessed with giving the JFK remembrance and prayer every year and would like that to continue.. Please let me know what I can do to protect tis right and honor.. Respectfully, Bob Cochran.... :) (316) 729-1615

chevytexas
chevytexas

And yet, no mention of a giant ferris wheel.

nimbusthegreat
nimbusthegreat

perhaps the occupy dallas group could scrape together and take over dealey!

Cathy Witters-Stewart
Cathy Witters-Stewart

Thank you for your reporting on this. http://www.dallasnews.com/opin... In this article, my picture appears, we were performing a tribute to JFK entitled "The Torch Is Passed". This song can be heard along with accompanying video at www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3E6CU.... If there is any irreverance in it, I challenge anyone to find it. "The Vincent" wasn't a part of our ceremony, he was just in the shot. I got to speak with him this year, actually a nice guy. I just want to say that I appreciate your commentary and your belief in free speech. Again, thank you. I've shared your articles with several members of the JFK research community.

Brad
Brad

Interesting that the permit to use Dealey Plaza every day all day for a full week was granted so quickly even though the claimed use was "TBD" and the application was not even signed.

Scruffygeist
Scruffygeist

Has anyone asked Gordon Keith about his plans yet? Seems like a good place to start.

Mountain Creek
Mountain Creek

I see on the form, the "Hooded Parking Meters" option was not checked.  So at least the parking meters won't be 'shadowy'...

3rd Wheel Marketing
3rd Wheel Marketing

I put on Rockers vs Mods, I am going to send an email to Parks & Rec stating I want to use Dealey Plaza for next years' event at that rate. This is going to be awesome!

Phelps
Phelps

However it works out, they'll figure out a way to sock Bob Groden in jail that week.

primi_timpano
primi_timpano

The amazing part is you can lease Dealey Plaza for about $110.00 per week.

Wylie H.
Wylie H.

That seems strange.... what kind of event that would require the use of the plaza for an entire week wouldn't also require clear access from at least one of the surrounding streets?

Ed D.
Ed D.

I think I have a solution for the folks that want to sell their JFK stuff in Dealey Plaza. Lease it for the low, low price of $110 per week! Heck, I bet you could get an even better monthly rate if you asked nicely. No need for permits when you control the whole park 51 weeks a year. Problem solved.

ScottsMerkin
ScottsMerkin

looks like the total was $310 including the deposit, which is unbelievably cheap.  Cant imagine they would rent that to the local peasants!

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