Why was RFK assassinated, and who was really behind it? Was it simply the act of another lone gunman as the establishment would have you believe, or was it something far more complicated and sinister? Consider this: |
1. It's likely RFK would have exposed the secret forces behind America's involvement in Vietnam, since the final straw that pushed the CIA to assassinate JFK was his intent to put an end to our involvement in Vietnam.
RFK would likely have let people know that on October 11, 1963 his brother signed national security memorandom no. 263, which ordered 1000 American advisors home from Vietnam by Dec. 25 1963, and that the remainder of the U.S. military be withdrawn by 1965. And that on the day after his brother's funeral, on November 26 1963, Lyndon Johnson signed national security resolution no.273, which completely reversed Kennedy's plan for a withdrawal from Vietnam, and how Johnson fraudulently used the gulf of Tonkin resolution as a blank check to fund the massive military buildup in Vietnam, an agreement Johnson made with the CIA in exchange for them taking out JFK, and handing the presidency to him.
2. RFK would likely use the power of the presidency to seek out, expose, and bring to justice those responsible for his brother's assassination, and it's also likely he would have carried out JFK's plans to abolish the unconstitutional Federal Reserve system, since they were one of the power centers that wanted JFK out of the way. JFK signed Executive Order 11110 on June 4, 1963. This gave him the ability to eliminate the Federal Reserve Bank, and their false money. JFK had already begun issuing U.S. government money that was free of debt to replace the Federal Reserve dollars. A number of "Kennedy bills" were indeed issued - with the heading "United States Note", instead of "Federal Reserve Note" - but were quickly withdrawn after Kennedy's death. Records show that Kennedy issued $4,292,893,825 of true money. It was clear that Kennedy was out to eliminate the criminal Federal Reserve System. The day after JFK's assassination, all the United States notes which Kennedy had issued were called out of circulation. All of the money President Kennedy had created was destroyed, and not a word was said to the American people.
3. RFK would likely have carried out JFK's plans to abolish the CIA's right to conduct covert operations, and eventually dismantle it. In 1962 the Joint Chiefs of Staff presented JFK with Operation Northwoods. Operation Northwoods would have had our own government inflicting terrorist attacks upon US citizens, and blame it on our enemies in order to justify wars and political assassinations. Kennedy rejected it. He planned to abolish the CIA's right to conduct covert operations, and eventually dismantle it. JFK said he would "splinter the CIA into a Thousand Pieces". RFK, like JFK, intended to do what was best for America, and seek justice for those who killed his brother. He was a man on a mission, and clearly, they had to stop him before he became the next president of the United States.
Not long after midnight, on the morning of June 5,
1968, Senator Robert F. Kennedy finished up his
victory speech at the historic Ambassador Hotel on
Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. He had just won the
California primary in his effort to secure the
Democratic nomination to be that party's presidential
candidate in November. As Kennedy was about to leave
the stage, a fateful event occurred. As Kennedy left the podium, he walked down a ramp and entered a pair of swinging doors, heading east.
Between the stage and the press area was the kitchen
pantry, where food for guests at the Ambassador was
As they headed east through the room, Kennedy stopped
every few feet to shake the hands of hotel workers.
The last hand he shook was that of busboy Juan Romero. The tiny kitchen held, by official count, 77 people, including
Sirhan Sirhan, the alleged lone assassin, and the shooting victims, who were possible witnesses to what happened next.
Busboy Juan Romero and waiter Martin Patrusky saw Sirhan Sirhan
approach Kennedy, as did Lisa Urso, a San Diego high
school student. Urso saw Sirhan push his way past her
towards the Senator. She thought he was going to shake
his hand, then saw a movement that made her stop in
her tracks in frightened anticipation. Vincent
DiPierro, a waiter who had observed Sirhan standing
and talking to a pretty girl in a white, polka dotted
dress earlier that night, heard someone yell "Grab
him" a split second before the shots were fired.
Somebody reported Sirhan saying, "Kennedy, you son of
a bitch," and then firing at Kennedy with his hand
Kennedy fell to the ground. Screams were heard as bystanders Paul
Schrade, William Weisel, Ira Goldstein, Erwin Stroll
and Elizabeth Evans were hit by flying bullets.
Kennedy suffered gunshot wounds in three different
places, with a fourth bullet passing through his coat
without entering the skin.
A swarm of men descended
upon Sirhan, surrounding him, holding the gun.
Decathlon champion Rafer Johnson, Rosie Grier, George
Plimpton and others formed a barricade around Sirhan,
one holding his head, another with a finger in the
trigger to prevent additional shots, another grabbing
Sirhan in a crushing bear hug.
Sirhan was eventually subdued, and taken into police
custody. The police created a unit originally named "Special
Operations Senator," and renamed a week later "Special
Unit Senator" to investigate the circumstances
surrounding the assassination. The unit put together
the evidence that became the basis of the
prosecution's case against Sirhan.
Sirhan's defense team stipulated to his guilt. The
trial of Sirhan Bishara Sirhan was a trial solely for
the purpose of determining his sentence, not whether
or not he really was guilty of the crime. Sirhan
himself, to the belief not only of his defense team
but to the belief of the prosecution as well, truly
could not remember the incidents of that night. His
defense only offered that he had not been in control
of his senses at the time of the killing. Not
surprisingly, given such a defense, Sirhan was
sentenced to death, a sentence which was commuted by
the abolishment of the death penalty in California.
The illusion was complete. A deranged lone gunman had
killed another Kennedy. Most people, even those fairly
knowledgeable about the John Kennedy assassination,
assumed that this time, the truth was self-evident.
It is due to the success of this grand illusion that
to date, there has never been a serious official
investigation of the strange facts surrounding this
case. It is the most politically incorrect of all
cases. So many people saw Sirhan firing, and Kennedy
fell just a short distance away. How could the truth
be other than what it seemed? Could that many people
have misrepresented the case to us, including Sirhan's
own defense team? Could officials now serving at the
higher levels of our state government have really been
accessories after the fact to a deliberate cover-up?
Ironically, it was the efforts of those who by any
means necessary strove most to prove Sirhan guilty,
who created the evidence that may yet serve to set him
Photos told a story that
was opposite what the police and the District
Attorney's office was telling. There were too many
bullets to be accounted for. To limit the record to
the maximum number of bullets Sirhan's gun could have
fired, eight, the official account of what transpired
had to be stretched in some extraordinary and
ultimately dishonest ways.
The trajectory study conducted by the Los Angeles
Police Department was so superficial for a case of
this enormous magnitude and complexity as to be
embarrassing to the professional reputation of that
One of the most ridiculed aspects of the John Kennedy
assassination is the preposterous claim that one
bullet created seven wounds. In that case, we are
asked to believe that a bullet entered Kennedy's back
at a downward angle, exited from his neck (at an
upward angle), turned around and went back down into
Connally's back, exited Connally's chest, entered and
exited (and shattered) Connally's wrist to land, in
near pristine condition, in his thigh, only to work
its way out and to end up, undiscovered until by
accident, on a cot in the hall of the hospital. This
bullet, known among researchers by its Warren
Commission exhibit number, CE399, has been called,
appropriately, the "magic bullet." Science had been
changed. No longer did bullets fly in straight paths;
they imitated instead the paths of stunt pilot
barnstormers such as the Great Waldo Pepper of movie
The Robert Kennedy assassination requires not just one
but several magic bullets to reduce the bullet count
to eight. Without even getting into the evidence that
there were more bullets than Sirhan's gun could hold,
let's focus first on the route those eight supposedly
took, according to the official LAPD summary.
Five people were shot besides
Kennedy, one of whom was shot twice; Kennedy himself
was shot four times. Doesn't that add up to ten
bullets? Not if the LAPD could come up with some magic
For Sirhan alone to have made all the shots, we are
asked to believe that one of the bullets that entered
Kennedy's coat just below the armpit exited up and out
of the coat just below the seam on top of his
shoulders, and then pulled a U-turn in midair to hit
Schrade in the head. Schrade has been one of the most
persistent in calling for a new investigation of this
case for precisely this reason. He knows the report is
incorrect, and if it's incorrect, there had to be at
least one more gun firing in the pantry.
Bullets do not create bullet holes in wood frames
behind victims, exit those holes in the reverse
direction, and then circle around to enter victims
from the front! There is no way to account for these
holes using the existing victim wounds. Two bullet
holes in the doorframe would make 10 bullets overall
at a minimum. Ten bullets (and likely more) would indicate that at
least two guns were being fired in the pantry that
night, and that a conspiracy had been at work. But if
more guns were firing, why didn't anyone report this?
Or did they?
Obviously Sirhan shot at Kennedy, but it is clear someone else was firing too. And once a second assassin is established, this adds far more than just another lone individual to the murder gang (because of the way many powerful branches of government instantly swung into action to protect the second assassin). Indeed, any second assassin virtually proves that powerful branches of U.S. Government were behind the murder itself - not only because of their stiff resistance from the get go, but because of their ongoing, coldly calculated, and otherwise inexplicable manipulation of evidence for keeping Sirhan as the singular decoy/patsy.
On June 2, 1968, Sirhan was identified as entering Kennedy's Campaign headquarters on Wilshire Blvd. Larry Strick asked Sirhan if he needed help, and Sirhan pointed directly at Khaiber Khan and replied "I'm with him." Khaiber Khan is pronounced "K(eye)ber" Khan - perhaps the greatest world-wide secret agent at the time. Supposedly, when Sirhan pointed at Khan, Khan was a brand new Kennedy volunteer worker, which lasted June 1 - 4, a total of four days. In the extreme highest levels of the CIA, Khaiber Khan was a very leading figure when the U.S. toppled the government of Iran by taking out Iran's most powerful person (this was in 1953, when Mossadegh was replaced by a more corrupt Shah of Iran). When questioned about Sirhan, Khaiber Khan gave misleading responses that were more like decoys. U.S. intelligence then quickly left him alone, concentrating instead on inexplicability hounding innocent witnesses & tearing to shreds what they simply saw.
Immediately following the assassination, a police All Points Bulletin was put out for a shapely, well-built woman in a polka dot dress (and the man with her) - based on a married couple who reported them fleeing the scene, the female suspect with a smile on her face, and who excitedly stated "We shot him." The APB was quickly canceled by the highest echelons of the LAPD, and all information taken down about these eye witnesses disappeared (one can only imagine if the witnesses themselves soon disappeared). Sandra Serrano was on the back stairs at assassination time. She saw Sirhan walk up the stairs with the polka dot woman and another man, and later saw the polka dot woman & man coming down the stairs alone and the woman saying "We shot him!". A remarkable number of people still claim that a polka dot woman "appeared to be with Sirhan " just prior to the assassination.
On June 4, the day leading up to the just-after-midnight assassination, Sirhan signed in at a firing range and was soon accompanied by a man and a shapely well built woman, according to the range master of the gun club. What a lead!, for not only did they share the a gun and a rifle between them, but the range master distinctly heard the woman say to Sirhan "Goddamn you, you son of a bitch, get out of here or they'll recognize us", as Sirhan helped her with her gun. Sirhan thinks that he acted alone, and yet what Sirhan "thinks" isn't important at all. He cannot remember the assassination at all. It's as if a segment of memory was entirely erased. Until after the shooting, the last thing he remembers is having coffee with a woman. He also wrote about killing RFK in a trance-like state called automatic writing. Interestingly, all of the trance-like states are a group of memory segments that are entirely erased as well - even under hypnosis, he can't remember a thing about them.
In 1968,400 pound Bill Bryan was said to be the "evil genius" of hypnotism, the most powerful person in his field. Supposedly "hypno-seducing" up to a dozen women a day and also working for the CIA, he bragged that Sirhan was among his clients. Combining special drugs and hypnotism, would it be possible to implant suggestion? Indeed, in Sirhan's automatic trance-writing that he can't remember, he repetitively wrote "Pay to the order of one hundred thousand dollars" and "My determination to eliminate RFK is becoming more the more of an unshakable obsession".
When a powerful branch of government commits such a murder, it only makes sense if it's top people are involved, along with as many others, as needed in going downwards toward the more hands-on, lower chain of command. The branches involved in the RFK assassination are at minimum the LAPD, FBI, CIA, & Military Intelligence with deepest roots in the Pentagon. And if indeed such a group coordinated the murder of the next President of the United States, it is hard to imagine that other power centers of the U.S. would have been dangerously left out of the decision as well: such power hubs as the Federal Reserve (with it's control over money itself), the largest media puppeteers, the controllers of oil, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the outgoing and incoming Presidents.
As was his brothers murder, it seems clear that this was a government hit. The evidence of Sirhan's teamwork with Khaiber Khan, and Sirhan's automatic trance-writing that he can't remember, along with the overwhelming certainty of another gun pumping the fatal shots into Robert F. Kennedy from behind, make it clear that Sirhan did not act alone, and played the decoy patsy for an assassination network that extends to the very heights of U.S. power. It should be known by all that RFK's assassination was planned and executed by the very same forces that were behind JFK's assassination.