Public Library, Fairfield IA 52556
Thanksgiving and remembrance of the birth, life accomplishments, and investigation of the death of one of our greatest Presidents and peace promoters. JFK signed the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty with Russia. He was withdrawing troops from Viet Nam. He forbid the CIA to engage in covert military operations. He stopped Operation Northwoods. He founded the Peace Corps. JFK inspired American missile manufacturing corporations to land men on the Moon.
49th anniversary of his ambush in Dallas on November 22, 1963. ...
In 1964, LBJ's Warren Commission concluded there was a "lone gunman". But in 1979, the official US House Select Committee on Assassinations, using more advanced forensics technology, concluded "a high probability that two gunmen fired at President John F. Kennedy." The Government agrees there was a conspiracy.
Open discussion, memories of JFK, "where were you on 11/22?". Review of new scientific research, books, de-classified documents, and evidence that continues to be uncovered. In 2007 E. Howard Hunt confessed to being part of "the Big Event", a conspiracy including LBJ, who had much to gain.
Note that the Fairfield Library is closed, so the location has been changed to 806 North 4th Street.
If you cannot attend, organize a meeting at your home or library like this one, sponsored by Fairfield Iowa Truth Awareness Society www.FITAS.US using suggested articles and videos at www.JFKTruth.org such as