It has now been fifty years since the assassination of presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy in 1968, which led to a completely different fork in the historical road for the United States and the world, for the second time in just five years, the alternative outcome of which nobody knows or dares to speculate. We do know that Johnson’s and Nixon’s limitless wars and unprecedented fiascoes instead immediately followed thereafter, for more than a heartbreaking decade.
Even though a dozen eyewitnesses place the accused, Sirhan Sirhan, in front of Robert Kennedy at the time of the shooting, and the medical examiner clearly indicated that the fatal shot came from behind, there has still been a concerted effort on the part of the government to keep Sirhan behind bars beyond half a century, possibly due to the shocking revelations which he might publicly disclose.
Robert Kennedy Jr., the namesake son of the victim, has independently investigated this case, meeting personally with Sirhan, and has concluded with 100% certainty that the accused did not murder his father.
As with the investigation of the John F. Kennedy assassination of 1963 by the United States House Select Committee on Assassination in 1979, which also concluded that there was definitely a second gunman, despite this governmental acknowledgement of these obvious facts, this same government does not lift a finger in the apprehension and arrest of these two unidentified at-large killers of a sitting United States President and prominent presidential candidate, who would have likely become president.
If the powers-that-be do not put an at-large killer of a United States president, who their own investigative congress admits still exists, at the top the F.B.I.’s “Ten Most Wanted List” until captured (like scapegoat Osama bin Laden was for ten years), then it can only be that these same powers are themselves behind these two, history altering, assassinations.
What has become of our country when the dictatorial government, once founded on heavenly freedom, becomes the prime force of evil against its own citizens and is devilishly in charge of investigating its own crimes against them? Would the government allow an accused murderer to investigate their own misdeeds and punish or acquit themself? Why then is this tyranny accepted?
Listen now to this one-of-a-kind edition of Conspiracy Corner News, released for the first time here, of a most rare recent interview of Sirhan’s attorney Laurie Dusek and Sirhan’s brother Munir as they discuss, with acclaimed author Joseph McBride and respected historian Bob Wilson, their rigorous likeminded conclusion of the absolute innocence of Sirhan Sirhan in the killing of Robert F. Kennedy.
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