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Robert Groden: his JFK life depicted in Dutch documentary

And here is the real fascination of this film. It’s just not that simple. It’s not as easy as dismissing Robert Groden as a nutcase. He’s weird. He’s way unusual. He’s obsessive as hell. But how do we know — Do we know? — that obsession is automatically or always wrong or destructive? What if he’s right?

From Dallas Observer: Dutch Documentary Portrays Dallas Conspiracy Guy  Read more

Groden sues Dallas charging ‘malicious prosecution’ for Dealey Plaza free speech

The essential Dallas blogger Jim Schutze talks to Brad Kizzia about Robert Groden’s new lawsuit in defense of the 1st Amendment in Dealey Plaza. Read more

Assassination as civic PR

In one great headline, Eric Nicholson of the Dallas Observer illuminates the black comedy of how the city of Dallas is trying to use JFK’s murder to burnish its image:

“City Hall: One Unfortunate Afternoon Shouldn’t Overshadow Dealey Plaza’s Decades of Not Murdering Presidents”
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