THE IMPOSSIBLE STORY OF THE RFK ASSASSINATION
By Alan C. Edwards
Sirhan Sirhan was tried and convicted for the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, but was he guilty? Examination of the circumstances of what took place that day suggest he was not. The Devil they say, is in the details.
Kennedy exited the room where he had just given a campaign speech through the establishment’s pantry. As he entered the pantry, Sirhan Sirhan stepped out and started shooting his eight shot .22 caliber Iver Johnson revolver and was immediately grabbed but still managed to empty his revolver. Kennedy lay on the floor with two bullets in his back and another in the back of his head that proved fatal, leaving powder marks and evidence of muzzle blast at the wound. Others were hit and when all the shots were totaled three bullets were in Kennedy and the other five accounted for.
The pantry had two swinging doors with a center post in between. Later someone saw two additional bullet holes in the center post and alerted the media and the police who came in and declared the post to be evidence and took it away. Later when the L.A. police were questioned about the post they replied that there wasn’t space in the evidence room so they disposed of it.
When Sirhan Sirhan came up for a parole hearing, he was asked if he felt any remorse for what he had done and he replied that he couldn’t remember committing the crime. Is he lying? Could he be telling the truth because he acted under hypnotic mind control that wiped out all recollection of the incident? Why didn’t those who grabbed Sirhan Sirhan try to take the gun away from him before he had fired all the bullets?
Ponder the following points. How do you shoot a man in the back while facing him and leave powder marks but be no closer than 6 feet? How do you fire at least 10 or maybe 13 shots from an 8-shot revolver without reloading? How did Sirhan Sirhan know Kennedy would be exiting through the pantry instead of the front door? Why did Kennedy decide to exit through the pantry? Who advised him that it was the best way out?
There is no reason to think Sirhan Sirhan hated Kennedy enough to try to kill him, but there were people, powerful people, who didn’t want Kennedy to get the nomination he seemed likely to get. Why did the Los Angeles police take out the pantry door center post if they thought is was evidence and then dispose of it? Who had the power to make the L.A. police engage in an apparent cover up?
The lone gunman Kennedy hater story doesn’t add up. The most likely scenario is an assassination team working on orders from very high up in government. The facts suggest the team made a hypnotized mind controlled zombie out of Sirhan and planted him in the pantry. Others then lured Kennedy to the pantry. The team shooter stood behind Kennedy and shot him with the barrel next to his head while Sirhan was blazing away as a diversion. Leaving these questions unanswered indicates government approval and complicity.
Wash and make yourselves clean. Take your evil deeds out of my sight; stop doing wrong. Learn to do right; seek justice. Defend the oppressed. Take up the cause of the fatherless; plead the case of the widow.