A witness present during the 1968 assassination of Robert F. Kennedy said she heard two shooters, not one as police had recorded from her initial statement.
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Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated 42 years ago in the midst of his campaign for the U.S. presidency. Largely overshadowed by the death of his brother, President John F. Kennedy, the official account of RFK’s tragic end, allegedly shot down by a lone gunman, like his brother, has received vastly less attention. In both instances, we are looking at staged events that fit into a recurrent pattern in U.S. and world history where innocent individuals (or “patsies”) are baited and framed for cover-up purposes. Professor James H. Fetzer, an expert in the scientific study of assassinations, provides a sketch of how we know what happened to them and why, where RFK’s assassination was in part intended to prevent a reinvestigation into his brother’s death.
from Huff Po by The Huffington Post News Editors On Sunday, filmmaker Robert Greenwald appeared on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” to discuss his campaign against a proposed TV miniseries about the Kennedys, slated to appear on the History Channel. The series is being produced by Joel Surnow, the creator of “24″ and a supporter of George [...]
Covert History Was RFK Working with LIFE magazine to “Take Down” LBJ in November of 1963? Did LBJ strike first? “Beginning in late summer 1963 the magazine, based upon information fed from Bobby Kennedy and the Justice Department, had been developing a major newsbreak piece concerning Johnson and Bobby Baker. On publication Johnson would have [...]