JFK Assassination references in “The Irishman”

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Offline Jerry Freeman

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Re: JFK Assassination references in “The Irishman”
« Reply #30 on: May 17, 2020, 08:28:15 PM »
Bill Paxton was an eight year old in the crowd in Fort Worth to see JFK on the day Kennedy died. He became a successful actor and co-produced the movie "Parkland" based on the book "Four Days in November". He may have had other LN-type projects in mind but died mysteriously at age 61 in 2017, some days after open-heart surgery. The "official" line was that Paxton had suffered rheumatic fever as a child, which damaged his heart. Still some wonder if he was silenced by rogue elements of the CT community.
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  Like there was an extensive investigation? Maybe Russia was involved  :-\
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Still some wonder if he was silenced by rogue elements of the CT community.
Who 'wonders' besides you?...& I thought all lone nut disbelievers were considered rogue.
These heretics should be burned at the stake huh?

 

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