RFK Must Die: The CIA and the Assassination of Robert F Kennedy summary ✓ 8

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RFK Must Die: The CIA and the Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy summary ✓ 8 Û On June 5th 1968 at LA's Ambassador Hotel Robert F Kennedy celebrated his victory in the California Democratic primary with a rousing victory speech anticipating a successful run for the presidency Moments later gunshots shPresidency Moments later gunshots shattered that dream like his brother before him Bobby Kennedy lay mortally wounded at the hand of an assassin The police uickly apprehended Sirhan Sirha. It was interesting compelling readThe Kennedy assassination attempt by Sirhan Sirhan mixed facts about his life in Jordan and California up until the inexplicable shooting of Bobby Kennedy This book gives compelling evidence of a second shooter Well throughout Will satisfy conspiracy theories because they are brought up as well

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N who the world believed had single handedly masterminded the shooting Shockingly that may not be so as documentary filmmaker Shane O'Sullivan presents powerful new evidence to the contra. Well written interesting overview sympathetic to Sirhan Perhaps because he invested so much time on the CIA angle the author included an entire chapter that was frankly tedious to follow concluding that the evidence for such involvement was shaky at best He does however make a solid case that between the bungled LAPD investigation Sirhan's attorney's sub par representation and some recent evidence there's plenty of reasonable doubt to warrant re opening the case

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RFK Must Die The CIA and the Assassination of Robert F KennedyOn June 5th 1968 at LA's Ambassador Hotel Robert F Kennedy celebrated his victory in the California Democratic primary with a rousing victory speech anticipating a successful run for the. Admittedly I tend to read non fiction and political history is my preference But there is also a part of me that seeks the truth which is why I was drawn to the JFK assassination and read several books about the details in Dallas last year on the 50th anniversary of his death I had never considered Bobby's assassination as a conspiracy before so was never drawn to it in the same way that his brother John's death seemed to call out for justice Not until I heard about this bookThe author presents the compelling case that there was a second gunman that night in the pantry of the Ambassador Hotel I had never heard of any of the many strange facts surrounding RFK's death the girl in the polka dot dress for example Or how Sirhan Sirhan exhibited strong evidence of having been hypnotized and controlled that evening The angle and proximity of the fatal shot compared to where Sirhan was The audio evidence of than eight shots fired I won't get into the other factors the author presents he is a British subject and had like me never been aware of these threads until he started teasing out research for a different project and was compelled to keep pulling on the threads to see where they would lead It is an utterly fascinating tale and deeply disturbing the last three chapters as he goes deeper into researching who some of the peripheral people are in the ballroom that night I couldn't put the book down and I am thoroughly convinced of a conspiracy and a cover up by the LAPD not surprisingly I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in learning about this disturbing chapter in the long history of political violence in the USA