Petition calls for free speech in Dealey Plaza on JFK anniversary

As Dallas authorities continue their ill-advised plan to ban all discussion of the causes of JFK’s death in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 2013, the local admirers of JFK who have held a Nov. 22 vigil for the slain president every year for decades are launching a petition drive to keep Dealey Plaza open to people of all points of view.

From John Judge of the Coalition on Political Assassinations (COPA) via Change.org.

Another JFK petition calls on the CIA to release all JFK-related files in its possession.

Our Feb. 5 post, “Top 5 JFK files Brennan should make public,” highlights some of the most interesting and important of the still-censored JFK records. (See also, “Two more JFK files for Brennan’s review.”)

You can sign the CIA files petition here. Almost 2,400 people already have.

 

 

1 thought on “Petition calls for free speech in Dealey Plaza on JFK anniversary”

  1. I signed the CIA files petition. Change.org assumes, therefore, I am a left-of-center person. I’m not. I prefer to see the cards however they’re dealt.

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