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A couple months back, Elaine Liner found herself with some free time and decided to document for Unfair Park the protest staged outside the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre on Buckner Boulevard -- looks like fun, no? Turns out there's another protest scheduled for April 12, again staged by the anonymous legion. Only, rather than retracing their footsteps, the protesters have decided to take the fight to Dealey Plaza. Why come? For reasons explained after the jump. And I don't know about you, but I could listen to a computer-generated voice all day long. Creepy, though oddly relaxing. --Robert Wilonsky

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