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#41 Greg Burnham

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Posted 24 September 2017 - 09:01 AM

The umbrella man wasn't moved. The sign was a tool moved to agree with the Z film position so that something incriminating could be concealed.

 

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You are correct that the Stemmons Freeway sign was moved very shortly (I believe within days) following the assassination. I have found no compelling reason for the move that could innocuously explain it.


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#42 George Govus

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Posted 24 September 2017 - 11:37 AM

Looking at it as being something planned in spring, executed in fall, including the high-tech poison dart in-the-umbrella trick might have been a selling point to someone or other, along the way.

 

That's right, I'm both agnostic and congregational.

 

Puts me in mind of "Field Day." A song recorded by Fraternity of Man in 1968 about how L.A. police regarded an upcoming justice and peace protest.

 

Edited to avoid using "regarded" twice. D'oh!


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