PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 22, 2013
A Moment of Silencing Dallas Mayor Bars Public and Free Speech in Dealey Plaza on 50th Anniversary of Kennedy Assassination
(Dallas, TX) Mike Rawlings, the Mayor of Dallas, Texas has announced an event to be held on November 22 at Dealey Plaza on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy at that location. His event will not focus on the assassination, but on the “life and legacy of President John F. Kennedy”. The event will not be open to the public, or the “tens of thousands” the Mayor expects to visit Dallas that day in commemoration of the assassination, but to a limited crowd of 5,000 people chosen at random in a ticket lottery. Half of the tickets will be issued only to Dallas residents according to press statements and the website set up for “The 50th” event.
The inception for the planning of this event goes back at least to November, 2011, when the Sixth Floor Museum applied for an exclusive permit for the whole of Dealey Plaza for over a week around the anniversary date. This was done, according to the museum director, Nicola Longford, to be “proactive” on behalf of Mayor Rawlings, and to prevent “conspiracy theory” being presented on the Grassy Knoll. According to the Dallas Morning News, Mayor Rawlings reportedly instructed the chairwoman of the Committee, Ruth Sharp Altschuler, that he did not want “crazy conspiracy theory” on the Grassy Knoll on November 22. This was clearly in response to a traditional Moment of Silence that has been held annually since 1964 by the assassination researchers critical of the Warren Commission Report conclusion of no conspiracy and of the role of Lee Harvey Oswald as a lone assassin of President Kennedy. This tradition, begun by Midlothian (TX) Mirror editor Penn Jones, Jr., has been continued over the decades by the Coalition on Political Assassinations (COPA), a national network of medical, forensic and ballistics experts, academicians, authors and investigative researchers into the major assassinations of the 1960s. The founding groups and members of COPA were responsible for the passage and implementation of the JFK Assassination Records Act, which to date has effected the release of over 6.5 million pages of classified material that has rewritten the history of the Bay of Pigs, the Cuban Missile Crisis and the assassination of the president. COPA had been applying for a legal permit, as they have done over many years, for an event on the 50th anniversary since 2010, and repeatedly denied because it could not be filed more than a year in advance of the event. Despite this, an exclusive permit was issued to the Sixth Floor Museum before they had planned any event. The Mayor’s office announced the formation of a community planning committee for the 50th anniversary events in Dallas. Last year, COPA approached the chairwoman, Ruth Sharp Altschuler asking to be included on the planning committee represented by Dallas area members, or to address the group about our planned annual event. COPA also wrote to many of the committee members about our plans and concerns. To date we have been stonewalled by the committee, which has sent us no meaningful response and refused access to their meetings. COPA also approached the Sixth Floor Museum asking them to accommodate our event in their activities, as suggested by Dallas Parks and Recreation. Director Longford replied, “[we] suggest simply that the national and international attention regarding his death be set aside for another moment.” What other moment could that possibly be? Longford also told the Dallas Morning News that they were still planning what to do, including “maybe a moment of silence”. According to COPA Executive Director John Judge, “Sadly such a ‘moment of silence’ about the assassination and the political truth it reveals would instead mark a perpetuity of silence.” COPA has obtained transcripts of early planning meetings that included Mayor Rawlings, Ruth Sharp Altschuler and publicist Laurie Peat where our organization was mentioned by name in a discussion about keeping “conspiracists” off the Grassy Knoll that day. “All of this is a clear violation of the First Amendment, content-based denial of free speech,” according to Dallas lawyer D. Bradley Kizzia. Even the detailed instructions for what items are banned from the event that day, ostensibly for “security reasons”, include “signs, banners, bullhorns and megaphones” according to the Mayor’s event website. “Interestingly, guns are not on the list. Free speech is presumably more of a threat to security,” Judge noted. Members of COPA met with Mayor Rawlings in Washington, DC during the presidential inaugural events. At an opening event for “The 50th” in Dallas, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. spoke at a public venue and got loud applause when he revealed that his father, former Attorney General in 1963, never believed the Warren Commission conclusions and held his own investigation into a conspiracy. The Mayor was present. Researcher Jeff Morley asked the Mayor if Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. would be allowed to speak at his event. Mayor Rawlings conceded that he could speak, “but he would have to stay on point.” “Apparently no one is allowed free speech or any alternative message that day in Dallas,” Judge observed. The Sixth Floor Museum withdrew their permit application on November 19 last year and COPA filed a timely legal application on November 23. The City Attorney responded that the only park available for event permits on November 22, 2013 would be City Hall Plaza, which has subsequently been closed for use by dignitaries. The Mayor made public statements suggesting that park could be used by the “dissent”. “Since our point of view about the Warren Commission and conspiracy is shared by 85% of the American people in recent polls,” Judge said, “we are not the dissent, we are the mainstream.”
The Mayor of Dallas knows the press is coming from all over the world that day to Dealey Plaza, and he wants to control the message to hold a massive public relations event to show the world that Dallas loved and still loves John F. Kennedy. “It would be like celebrating the life and legacy of Abraham Lincoln on April 14 at the Ford Theater where he was shot in Washington, DC,” Judge noted. Dealey Plaza is both a public park and a U.S. Department of Interior Designated Historical Site. “As such, it belongs at all times, and especially on the 50th anniversary of Kennedy’s assassination, to the American people, the world and to history. Why do we need a ticket to see our history? Why do we need unprecedented background checks and lottery tickets for access to the scene of the crime and a commemorative visit? Thousands of people are coming from all over the world and America to be in Dealey Plaza that day. Instead they will meet police barricades and be asked to watch the Mayor’s event on Jumbotron screens in other parks. This will be a Moment of Silencing of the voices speaking to real history when the whole world is watching.” Judge observed. Despite nearly a year of effort to address the 50th Planning Committee regarding our 49-year tradition of holding a Moment of Silence on the Grassy Knoll to commemorate the life, legacy and assassination of President John F. Kennedy and to speak the truth about who killed him and why, COPA has been greeted with denial and total silence to date. “We still intend to be visible that day on the Grassy Knoll at Dealey Plaza, to exercise our Constitutional rights to assembly and free speech,” Judge said. We suggest that people who support public access and free speech write to Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings (Dallas City Hall, 1500 Marilla Street, Room 5EN, Dallas, TX 75201) to let him know they want to attend the COPA Moment of Silence on November 22 at 12:30 pm, that they want him to let the public and the world in without tickets that day, and that they support free speech. COPA also has an online petition to the Mayor to open Dealey Plaza to the public that day with over 500 signatures to date. See https://www.change.org/ petitions/mayor-mike-rawlings- dallas-tx-open-dealey-plaza- to-the-public-on-november-22- 2013 COPA will hold its 20th annual regional conference in Dallas, Texas that weekend, November 22-24 to present the latest and best evidence and documentary records in the assassinations of President Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X. The conference theme is “50 Years of Denial is Enough! Free the Files – Find the Truth”. For details see http://www.politicalassassinations. com.
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A Brilliant Essay by Edgar F. Tatro: “A Cozy Little Town Called Dallas”
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ED’S ESSAY WAS PUBLISHED AS THE FOREWORD TO RICHARD BARTHOLOMEW’S EXCELLENT BOOK “THE DEEP STATE IN THE HEART OF TEXAS” WHICH I RECOMMEND TO ANYONE INTERESTED IN FURTHER EXPLORING THE “TEXAS AXIS” OF THE JFK ASSASSINATION.
Within the essay, Ed explains how he was invited to write this piece by Richard Bartholomew to set the stage for Richard’s intensive examination of the numerous assassination-related events that transpired within Texas before, during and after November 22, 1963. Ed’s narrative exposes a number of them as well, in the context of how they were done independently of any direct involvement of the CIA: These events, all conducted under the aegis of what Ed calls the “Texas Axis” — including members of the Dallas Citizen Council, the millionaire oil men throughout Texas, the Dallas Police Department, Lyndon Johnson and his aides and cronies — were crucial to the success of the mission being conducted with the assistance of the CIA, yet were not among the tasks under their control.
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Frances was a stellar light in western Massachusetts, inspiring thousands of people to become social justice and peace activists.
I feel very honored and personally inspired to have known Frances for over 40 years.
I first met Frances when I was 18 as a college student at Hampshire College in 1976. Within a month of arriving in the Pioneer Valley, I was in Frances’ car driving to a peace demonstration in Washington, DC.
In May 1977, I filmed my first interview with Frances at the mass civil disobedience protest on the construction site of a nuclear reactor in Seabrook, New Hampshire, for my first documentary, SEABROOK 1977. (See video excerpt below)
Frances Crowe was featured prominently in my latest documentary, POWER STRUGGLE, which chronicles the successful grassroots citizens’ effort to close the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in Vermont. (See video excerpts below)
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On August 29, Amy Goodman, host of DEMOCRACY NOW, a global daily television and radio news program, featured an in-depth tribute to Frances, which featured extensive scenes of Frances protesting at the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant from POWER STRUGGLE, along with a 2005 interview with Frances conducted by Amy. It was a very moving tribute. (See video below)
Later this fall, I will be posting on this page a video of a discussion panel that I moderated with Frances, along with Marcia Gagliardi and Hattie Nestel of the Shut It Down Affinity Group, talking about their experiences as activists in the Vermont Yankee struggle. This took place at the Northampton Center For The Arts in June 2019.
For more information on Frances’ long life of activism about a diversity of issues, see the newspaper tributes below.
If I hear of an official website memorial to Frances, I will post a link here.
As Frances says about her life of activism in POWER STRUGGLE, “You can't do it alone. You need community to do this, so that you can support one another and move ahead together.”
While Frances will be sorely missed, her legacy of activism lives on in the countless people she inspired to join movements for grassroots social change.
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Metaphysical Connection 96: JFK and The Deep State in the Heart of Texas
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About The Book
The Deep State in the Heart of Texas: The Texas Connections to the Kennedy Assassination - Written by Richard Bartholomew and featuring a foreword by Edgar Tatro of THE MEN WHO KILLED KENNEDY, this book examines many of underlying connections in Texas to the assassination on 11/22/1963. Not a simple Lyndon Johnson-did-it book, this is rather a potent analysis of the forces that continue to enable the kind of power politics existent even to the present day.
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Center for Deep Political Research
The mission of the Center for Deep Political Research (CDPR) is to provide the premier venue for journalists and researchers dedicated to the dissemination of existing and new research in counter-measure to official versions of Deep State-orchestrated events.
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