Dallas News – by Robert Wilonsky
One week after workers removed the X that marked the spot on Elm Street where President John Kennedy was gunned down on November 22, 1963, it has returned.
And, says 1500 Marilla spokesman Frank Librio, the city has no intention of removing this X or any other — at least, for the time being.
“The city has had to remove them before for other work in the area over the years,” he said Tuesday morning. “They’ve always reappeared. We expected that to occur.”
Last week Librio said Elm Street in Dealey Plaza was being scraped to the brick in order to “remove any trip hazards” in advance of Friday’s official ceremony marking the 50th anniversary of the assassination. But our Rodger Jones would later insist the X’s along Elm Street were erased because they’re nothing but “gruesome little tourist magnets” laid down by the vendors selling conspiracy-theory wares.
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