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  1. Click here or on image below to read more from Doug Horne's latest article on the limo stop.
  2. The Coke Incident, Fritz’s Notes and the Limo Stop by Pete Engwall & Staffan H. Westerberg We look for scenes that never were. Seemingly innocent scenes that have made the research effort to always follow the same path and never venture outside the box. Most of us researchers believe there are lots of traps and pitfalls surrounding the Kennedy assassination, many with the sole purpose of leading us astray. But it is too seldom we manage to identify them. [read more]
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