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Posted on 11/22/2011 8:20:07 AM PST by NEWwoman
During his electoral battle tour in the south of the States, John F. Kennedy visited Dallas (Texas) on November 22, 1963. On his arrival at 1140 hours, he was warmly welcomed by the people of Dallas. Kennedy, Governor John Connally and their wives sat down in the limousine of the President which led the motorcade through the town.
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I remember. I still think LBJ was behind it.
I remember it well, it was two weeks shy of my birth....../S
I remember it well—I lived in Dallas at the time.
Yep, ten at the time. We were off school that day for parent teacher conferences.
I was 12. School closed and we went home that afternoon.
CIA was behind it.
It was a jealous husband.
CIA, LBJ, the Mob, all had a part in it.
I was a Sophomore in High School in Marshalltown Iowa. I can pretty tell everything I did that day.
Yes. A surreal day, like 911.
Hmmm... Nothing to see here; just move along...
“In the three-year period which followed the murders of President Kennedy and Lee Harvey Oswald, 18 material witnesses died - six by gunfire, three in motor accidents, two by suicide, one from a cut throat, one from a karate chop to the neck, three from heart attacks and two from natural causes. In the late 1970s, the House Select Committee on Assassinations felt compelled to look into the matter. The Committee was unable to come to any conclusion regarding the growing number of deaths. However, an objective look at both the number and the causes of death balanced against the importance of the person’s connection to the case, raises concern.”
Thats pretty young.
I was stationed at Sheppard AFB in Wichita Falls, Tx. The base was on high alert and we were confined to base. Spent the whole weekend watching the events on TV.
I was in I think second grade. School closed and mom and dad came and picked us up.
Then I was watching TV what was it two days later when Ruby shot Oswald, and I think it was actually broadcast live.
Dallas. Wow. That must have been quite traumatic for you and the citizens.
I was in 2nd grade. The teacher told us. I remember going to church in the middle of the week.
It was about 13 years before I was downloaded.
I remember it as if it happened 500 years ago.
I was 3 and 1/2. I was taking a nap and woke up to hear my mom crying in the next room. It frightened me and I woke up my sister and we went to see what the problem was.
I was at Church and missed the live broadcast. Always has been a disappointment to me.
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