The 80th ticketing or arrest and subsequent exoneration of a JFK-truth-activist from Dallas showcases what the establishment fears most.
A problem has emerged for the people of America, in Dallas. Ironically and for very good reason, those that currently occupy the seats for which they were appointed, by the people, have forgotten their oaths to uphold both their state’s and nation's constitutions. Otherwise known as the documents that spell out the laws protecting the rights of the very people they were appointed by to uphold in the first place.
Somewhere along the line, in between the time in which they sat in grade school and were taught about the value of the precious rights that many in America take for granted and the day they either ticketed and/or arrested JFK “truther,” Robert Groden, for the 80th time, on June 13, 2010, the understanding or the sense of the value and the need to strictly honor those rights, at all costs, was somehow misplaced.
Although, it would be safe to assume that almost everyone that holds one of those positions of “power,” from federal to state legislators, all the way down to the average police officer hired to ironically protect those rights, were all likely to have attended school and, at some point, sat through those invaluable classes. After all, the stories handed down about the battles our forefathers fought and the sacrifices people have endured throughout the years, in the fight for everyday civil rights, are legendary and stretch back for over a half-millennium.
Even the people from the infamous Westboro Baptist Church, as an example, for as many that may despise what they say and who they say it to, were guaranteed the right to say it by the Supreme Court in March of 2011.
For some reason, that hasn't stopped individuals that work for a city Police Department in Dallas from continuing to restrict Groden's First Amendment right to free speech, by arresting him every time they see him exercising those rights, in a certain area of the city.
Why are “officials” in the Dallas, TX area so enamored with Mr. Groden? Doesn't he deserve the same rights as Westboro's Phelps family, who the vast majority see as much more of a nuisance than Groden, a virtually harmless and peaceful individual who quietly hands out reading material on the sidewalk?
That's because Robert J. Groden is no ordinary activist and his presence in Dealey Plaza, at the JFK Memorial near downtown Dallas, TX, almost every weekend, presents a very different problem to the establishment and it's media, than does a group of Christian fundamentalists, easy to sell off as radicals.
Unlike the Westboro Baptist Church, who may actually aid the pro-war crowd some by making antiwar activists look bad with a very poor approach to PR (although quite effective at gaining attention), the establishment and both its witting and unwitting protectors alike, in both government and media, have a vested interest in keeping Groden quiet.
Not just your average, run-of-the-mill activist, what truly scares the establishment is the fact that Groden is a seasoned researcher, author and journalist who started looking into the JFK assassination almost 50 years ago, one week after the president was shot on his 18th birthday, Nov. 22, 1963.
The tragedy left such an incredible impression on him as a young man, from that day forward he was on a mission to find out as much as he could about the president's death.
Now known as the “JFK Conspiracy Author” for authoring or co-authoring multiple books on the assassination, including two NY Times Best-sellers, he would end up testifying before every investigation since the Warren Commission released it's final report in the mid 1960s and became known as one of the world's preeminent and most knowledgeable scholars on the subject.
Perhaps most impressive however was having the opportunity to serve on the highly scrutinized, post-Warren Commission investigation into JFK's assassination. Aiding in the investigation as a photographic consultant on the House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA). The government committee famous for it's 1976 conclusion that the assassination of President Kennedy "was probably the result of a conspiracy.” At the time considered a 95% probability and since having gone up even further with newer findings to over 98%.
Not only was his level of expertise on JFK's death regarded highly enough that the US government used him for 3 years to help attempt figuring out who was truly behind the president's murder, he was also chosen as a consultant for Oliver Stone's 1991 film “JFK,” even appearing in two brief cameo roles as a doctor working to save the president and as the courtroom projectionist showing the Zapruder film during the Clay Shaw trial in New Orleans.
Obviously not just your everyday activist looking to aggravate the local police for fun, Groden can still be seen almost every weekend, after 14 years since his first ticket by the Dallas Police Department, hanging around the “grassy knoll” area of the memorial. The area where he believes one of the multiple shots hitting Kennedy came from and where he freely discusses his research and thoughts about the assassination.
Considering how much he knows about Kennedy's murder, it's no wonder the powers-that-be don't want him hanging around while tourists stream through the area on the weekends he comes to lecture. He usually attracts the attention of a fairly large crowd and security working in the museum from the sixth floor of the book depository building have no choice but to look down at the crowd, knowing he's giving the audience a much different version of the story than they give in the museum.
Even if they weren't already a Warren Commission skeptic, prior to hearing him speak on the Grassy Knoll, almost everyone Groden ends up talking with walks away with a new understanding about the event and no longer has the same level of trust for the government and how it operates when it comes to events of this magnitude.
But without even going into any conspiracy theories regarding the president's assassination, despite the event's official version being an obvious fraud, the actions taken by city officials alone raises serious questions as to why, after almost 50 years since the president's death, does the establishment still freak out at the thought someone would dare question the official version? What are they hiding?
What could be so important to keep under wraps that it compels the establishment to continuously harass, ticket, or arrest an individual, for a violation that doesn't exist, over a situation that happened almost 50 years ago? The answer to that question must be a very important secret to keep for one or many that still have a lot to lose if that secret is revealed.
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