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Thousands gather in Cape Canaveral, Fla., on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing; John Fisher reports.
Buzz Aldrin, the second man on the moon, but he was the first person to beat a troll is in the room.
The famous Apollo-astronaut’s face may be the battery pack back in September of 2002, after he was confronted by a moon landing conspiracy theorist, who claimed that he made his famous moonwalk by Neil Armstrong has never happened.
“Why don’t you have to swear on the Bible that you walked on the moon?” He was asked continuously to the heckler as he was trying to go about their daily activities.
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The Presidential Medal of Freedom, the holder is trying to avoid escalating a confrontation with his increasingly agitated opponent, asking bystanders for help, “get this kid here.”
A Screenshot from a YouTube video of Buzz Aldrin in a bid to avoid an encounter with the moon-landing conspiracy theorists.
Undaunted, the entire ‘investigator’ has the problem been clearly disturbed by beach in order to “roll-over” if he continues to harass Aldrin and his co-workers.
“You’re the one who said you walked on the moon, if you don’t,” the self-proclaimed agent provocateur continues.
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Then, the 72-year-old, he was calling for one last time to the wannabe-detective-flow of saliva, which for him is “the way,” but the camel’s back was about to break.
“You’re a coward and a liar, and a <mmmph> a thief!” An expert right hook from the he was also of the forces of the last word of that sentence back in his mouth, and where it comes from, and then sends his public prosecutor’s office reeling.
A Screenshot from a YouTube video of the Apollo 11 Astronaut, Buzz Aldrin punches a conspiracy theorist in 2002. The LA County District Attorney’s office declined to pursue legal action against Aldrin, the famous astronaut, he was provoked, and likely to be found guilty by a jury, given the evidence.
As you can imagine, the man who spent his afternoon harassing an American icon, the charges against the septuagenarian, who “attacked” him.
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These costs, of course, dropped in for a short period of time later, when the LA County District Attorney’s office found that the totality of the evidence suggested, and the meeting was opened by the he was called a victim, and a jury probably wouldn’t have to explain it, it’s legendary Apollo astronaut would be to be guilty before the court of law.
Asked recently about the meeting, and all the like minded crackpots who have doubts we ever landed on the Moon, Aldrin said in an interview with Fox’s Neil Cavuto that “I didn’t want the attention on them, I really do. They made a name for itself as well.”
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