New Petition: Open Dealey Plaza to the public on November 22, 2013

August 16, 2013
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This is a new petition campaign opened on CREDO.org to reach a broader audience. The original petition at Change.org has gotten 567 out of 1,000 signatures. We need this to go viral. COPA Director, John Judge will be interviewed on this issue Monday, August 19 on NPR news.

Open Dealey Plaza to the public on November 22, 2013
To: Mayor Mike Rawlings, Dallas, TX
http://org.credoaction.com/petitions/open-dealey-plaza-to-the-public-on-november-22-2013

Open Dealey Plaza on November 22, the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy to the American public and the world. The stated purpose of the Mayor and the Sixth Floor Museum is to prevent “conspiracy theory” on the Grassy Knoll that day, which is content-based denial of free speech, a violation of First Amendment rights. We are in negotiation with the Mayor to allow our annual Moment of Silence to take place and do not wish to prevent his or other events that day at other times. This petition is meant to show public support for our free speech rights and for opening Dealey Plaza to the thousands of people who will be there that day from around the world.

Why is this important?

For the last 49 years the critics of the Warren Commission and the official version of a lone gunman killing President Kennedy have gathered for a Moment of Silence on the Grassy Knoll in Dealey Plaza every November 22 at 12:30 pm to commemorate the moment of JFK’s death and to speak truth to power, calling for a real investigation into his unsolved homicide, a full release of still classified records relating to the case, and a resolution for the purpose of both justice and history. Dealey Plaza is a designated National Historical site and as such belongs to the American people, the world and history, especially on November 22 at that hour. The Mayor of Dallas and his planning committee for “The 50th” want to close Dealey Plaza to the public and admit Dallas residents for an event that celebrates the life and legacy of President Kennedy and improves the image of Dallas, long seen as the “City of Hate” after the assassination, all without mentioning his murder or calling for the truth. His planned moment of silence will then become a perpetuity of silence. His ticketed event, limited to 5,000 out of 13,700 who applied and thousands more who will show up, bans “signs, banners, megaphones and bullhorns” but not guns. This in the name of “security”, He wants to capture the national and international press attention that he knows will be there that day for an event that tries to freeze time at 12:29 pm on November 22, 1963, when Nellie Connally, the Texas Governor’s wife, turns to President Kennedy in the motorcade limousine and says, “Well, Jack, you can’t say Dallas doesn’t love you”. We all would like to stop history at that moment, but President Kennedy got a different message in the next 60 seconds. We also celebrate the life and legacy of John F. Kennedy, we just think it got him killed. You wouldn’t celebrate the life and legacy of Abraham Lincoln on April 14 at the Ford Theater in Washington, DC. The Mayor can hold his event any day, time or place, we can only hold ours on November 22, at 12:30 pm in Dealey Plaza. See more at www.politicalassassinations.com,

One Response to New Petition: Open Dealey Plaza to the public on November 22, 2013

  1. Donald botta
    November 5, 2013 at 7:51 am

    I have been attending the festivities at Dealey Plaza for the past 18 years. The Texas Book Depository is already slanted with the governments one bullet theory side of the story. They won’t even let you take any photos of any of the sixth floor area. I was not a Kennedy supporter but the truth should come out as to what really happened. The city of Dallas should be stopped in blocking off the area to the public. The public has a richt to attend and be present on the 50th anniversary.

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