Robert Groden, veteran JFK researcher, tells Dallas Morning News editorial writer Rodger Jones that he is likely to challenge the city’s plans to restrict access to Dealey Plaza on November 22, 2013.
While portraying Groden as an eccentric idealist, he sympathizes with the city’s desire to have a ceremony that shows “reverence” for JFK.
The underlying question, still unresolved, is whether the city-sanctioned ceremony is going to ignore and acknowledge the views of the the vast majority of Americans who don’t accept the official story of a lone gunman.
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happy birthday Robert.I think I have found some interesting evidence re.the assassination,can you contact me?
I just want to wish Robert Groden a happy birthday and thank him for his hard work and dedication to the truth,