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what does "fearful that he would be blamed "mean? Bernard Weissman, the young right- wing salesman who had signed the full-page advertisement in that morning's Dallas News, had heard while driving in downtown Dallas with a friend. According to his testimony, fearful that he would be blamed he had been holed up in a bar for four hours, saying of the assassin, "I hope he is not a member of the Walker group—I hope he's not one of Walker's boys." H. L. Hunt had heard over the large console television set in his office. He left the set on and vacated the room for those members of his staff who might be interested in subsequent developments.
May 26, 2013 3:34 AM
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The large, front-page ad which appeared in the newspaper that morning was highly critical of Kennedy and since Weissman had signed his name in support of the ad for all to see, he was now afraid that he would be a suspect and would be blamed for the assassination.
May 26, 2013
It's when someone is scared to take the blame, to be accused.
May 26, 2013
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