Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Defending Terrorists and Assassins

Defending Terrorists and Assassins --- ===

Russia may be behind campaigns to establish the innocence of notorious enemies of the USA. Carl Aldo Marzani and Mark Lane were paid by Russia to establish the innocence of Lee Harvey Oswald. Lane and William F. Pepper who supported Russian-backed communist Ho Chih Minh have maintained the innocence of convicted MLK killer James Earl Ray, and Robert F. Kennedy's convicted assasin Sirhan Sirhan who was an angry Palestinian nationalist, a cause supported by Russia after 1967.  Ajamu Baraka of Amnesty international, and recent guest interviewed by Iranian state PressTV and russian state TV RT condemned the death penalty for Oklahoma city bomber Timothy McVeigh in 2001. In 2011, Veterans Today which has been identified as a russian front linked to New Eastern Outlook of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences asserted the innocence of Osama bin Laden in 2011.

Other incidents which Russians may be behind disinformation: 9/11 truthers


Mark Lane  is best known as a leading researcher, author, and conspiracy theorist[2] on the 1963 assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy who continued to search for clues for Oswald's innocence.  JFK files show that Soviet informant said KGB had ties to Mark Lane USA Today reports Jan 10, 2018  Mark Lane, the New York attorney who challenged the findings of the commission that investigated the JFK assassination had a “trusted relationship” with the Soviet KGB. JFK files show that Soviet informant said KGB had ties to Mark Lane Lane’s relationship with the KGB, which was revealed in new files released from the investigation of the assassination of President John F Kennedy, was disclosed by a little-known Soviet informant code named Shamrock. Lane  first represented the mother of Kennedy assassin Lee Harvey Oswald as the Warren Commission conducted its investigation.   KGB’s contact with Lane, the FBI memo said, was Boris Orehkov, a former official at the Soviet Union’s UN delegation. KGB PAID MARK LANE - narkive
A Soviet defector has told how the KGB paid Mark Lane to publish JFK "conspiracy" propaganda in the USA: "  KGB correctly identified the New York lawyer Mark Lane as the most talented of the first wave of conspiracy theorists researching the JFK assassination.  "Though it dared not take the risk of contacting Lane directly, the New York residency sent him 1,500 dollars to help finance his research through the intermediary of a close friend whom Lane's KGB file identifies only as a trusted contact. While Lane was not told the source of the money, the residency suspected that he might have guessed where it came from; it was  also concerned that the secret subsidy might be discovered by the FBI.   The same intermediary provided 500 dollars to pay for a trip by Lane to Europe in 1964. While there, Lane asked to visit Moscow in order to  discuss some of the material he had found. The Centre regretfully concluded that inviting him to Russia would reveal its hand in too blatant a way and his proposed trip was "tactfully postponed." Trusted contacts were, however, selected from among Soviet journalists to encourage him in his research. Among them was the KGB agent Genrikh Borovik, who later maintained regular contact with Lane.

conservapedia Carl Aldo Marzani (4 March 1912 - 11 December 1994), was an American who served in the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during World War II and later the U.S. Department of State. He also became a political documentary filmmaker, authored many books and articles, and was an editor and publisher. Marzani served nearly three years in prison for concealing his Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) membership while in the OSS.  Soviet archives and Venona decryption reveal that he was an NKVD spy and Soviet propagandist.   Oleg Kalugin, a retired KGB officer in 1994 identified Marzani as a contact and a recipient of KGB subsidies for his publishing house in the 1960s.

1992, KGB archivist Vasili Mitrokhin defected to the UK with notes and copies of 30,000 classified files collected over the years of his lenghty service " Early in 1960 the New York residency recommended to the Centre that Marzani be given 6-7,000 dollars to enable his Liberty Book Club to continue publishing pro-Soviet material: In  September 1961 the CPSU Central Committee allocated another 55,000 dollars for the next two years to allow Marzani to expand his publications.  Book published by Marzani in 1964 was the first volume proclaiming innocence of  Oswald: Assassin or Fall-Guy? by the German writer Joachim Joesten Joesten supported Moscow's line in pinning the blame for the assassination on a conspiracy by right-wing racists, chief among them "oil magnate H. L. Hunt":

OSWALD: ASSASSIN OR FALL GUY BY JOACHIM JOESTEN | CIA READING ROOM Dec 19, 2016 - CIA de-classified memorandum calls attention to book entitled Oswald: Assassin Or Fall Guy? by Joachim Joesten. This is one of a group of several recent books which  "prove" that Lee Harvey Oswald could not, and did net, assassinate President Kennedy.

Annals of Unsolved Crime: The Oswald Mystery | HuffPost
Before disappearing into the Soviet hinterland for a year, Oswald spelled out his operational
creed in a long letter to his brother. From Moscow, he wrote presciently of his willingness to
commit murder for a political cause: “I want you to understand what I say now, I do not say
lightly, or unknowingly, since I’ve been in the military .... In the event of war I would kill any
American who put a uniform on in defense of the American Government —“, and then ominously
added for emphasis, “Any American.” His willingness to act as an assassin was now known to
anyone who read this letter, which included not only his Russian hosts but American intelligence,
since his letter was intercepted by the CIA and microfilmed.

Aside from printing leaflets, staging demonstrations, getting arrested and appearing on local radio talk shows in support of Castro that summer, Oswald attempted to befriend leaders of and infiltrate anti-Castro groups that were organizing sabotage raids against Cuba. By this time, he apparently considered himself a sleeper operative, writing in August 1963 to the central committee of the Communist Party USA, and asking, “Whether in your opinion, I can compete with anti-progressive forces above ground, or whether I should always remain in the background, i.e. underground.” During this hot summer, while practicing sighting his rifle in his backyard, according to his wife, he told her about his plan to hijack an airliner to Cuba, saying he might earn a position in Castro’s government.

Michael Collins Piper Final Judgment: The Missing Link in the JFK Assassination ...(1993)  He was a regular contributor to the anti-semitic racist conspiracy theory prone American Free Press and its predecesoor Liberty Lobby publication The Spotlight and the Holocaust denial journal The Barnes Review. He was featured on russian propaganda and right wing white nationalist media including America First Books, Veterans Today, PressTV and RT / Russia Today (SPLC).  In Final Judgment, he accuses the Israeli Mossad and Jewish mafia  for the John F. Kennedy assassination. He had shows on Republic Broadcasting Network,  American Free Press and The Ugly Truth networks.

Martin Luther King / James Earl Ray Mark Lane and William F Pepper have been trying to prove the innocence of James Earl Ray who was convicted of killing Martin Luther King in 1968

William Francis Pepper former attorney based in New York City who is most noted for his efforts to prove government culpability and the innocence of James Earl Ray in the assassination of Martin Luther King. He is a supporter of communist Ho Chih Minh.

The Trial of James Earl Ray / Mark Lane and Donald Freed ... Pacifica Radio  Trial of James Earl Ray / Mark Lane and Donald Freed : interviewed by Mike Hodel. ... inequities and unanswered questions surrounding the trial of Martin Luther King's accused assassinator. ... Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1979.

Bill Willers for Veterans Today  Attorney William Pepper, confidant of Martin Luther King, Jr., became convinced in 1978 that James Earl Ray, the officially declared lone gunman, was innocent. Years of investigation led to his 1995 book, “Orders to Kill”, in which Pepper presented evidence of governmental involvement in the assassination.  he King Family also believed Ray innocent, but due to governmental refusal to pursue a criminal trial, there was instead a 1999 civil trial,

2016 The Plot to Kill King: The Truth Behind the Assassination of Martin Luther king
By William F Pepper,Esq Pepper is a communist who we are supposed to believe isn't supported by Russia but supports Russsia-backed Ho Chih Minh's "reverence for Jefferson, Lincoln and American democracy  made him the legitamate father of a unified Vietnam"

Corbett Report William Pepper Reveals Who Really Killed MLK  Apr 29, 2017

Jan 15, 2018 Inside Martin Luther King Jr.'s final, radical year | Salon.com By William F. Pepper. January ... Ho Chih Minh's reverence for Jefferson, Lincoln and American democracy  made him the legitamate father of a unified Vietnam

Robert F Kennedy Assasination

Both Mark Lane (paid by the KGB to promote JFK conspiracy) and William F. Pepper (supporter of Russian backed Ho Chih Minh in Vietnam war and 9/11 denier) try to clear the name of Sirhan Sirhan claiming he didn't fire a shot but a 2nd gunman did. RT on May 28, 2018 cites  propagandist/ Journalist Stephen Lendman told Press TV  Also May 2018, PressTV interviewed propagandist Kevin Barrett who stated three men seen before and after the RFK assassination were positively identified as CIA operatives and  “The assassinations of the Kennedy brothers were largely carried out on behalf of Israel,”

Tim’s Tate 1992 documentary for Channel 4 television in Britain, and A&E networks in   he US, was the first to broadcast tape recordings made by LAPD which revealed it to have distorted, falsified and suppressed evidence which suggested that a second gunman had murdered Robert Kennedy.

TELEVISION / Shot in the dark Independent UK
Tuesday 18 August 1992 00:02
 S THERE any being on earth more gullible than an investigative reporter with the scent of a scoop in his nostrils? The question is prompted by Secret History's (C 4) report on the assassination of Robert Kennedy, which, despite turning up some unsettling discrepancies in the official account of the killing, marred its case by its blinkered attitude to contradictory evidence.

Anyway, there we were, back in a maze of trajectory diagrams, bullet counts, eyewitness statements, lone gunmen and missing evidence - Oliver Stone may have worked the JFK mine to exhaustion, you felt, but Tim Tate has discovered a promising seam just over the hill. The story is very similar - one of promise cut down (Robert Kennedy had just won the California primary) and of a system poisoned by lies ('Don't you think it's about time we were told the truth?' Tate appealed at the end). The CIA did this one too, apparently.

Tate's case was built on the discrepancy between eye-witness accounts, which placed Sirhan Sirhan in front of Kennedy, and the autopsy findings, which had the fatal bullets entering from the rear of the head. There were also traces of gunpowder on Kennedy's ear, though witnesses said that Sirhan was at least three feet away. This seemed fairly conclusive - even given the milling confusion in the kitchen where the shots were fired. Then Tate triumphantly produced evidence which forced you to think again; tapes of police reconstructions based on eye-witness accounts.

You were told that what you saw was proof of Tate's thesis. But what you saw was the figure representing Kennedy turn aside for a moment (to shake hands with a kitchen worker), and a figure representing Sirhan reach across another man to put a gun to the side of his head. If this reconstruction was accurate then it clearly showed that the autopsy report and eyewitness accounts could be consistent. The merest turn of Kennedy's head would have allowed for a rear entry wound, while a gunman who stretches out his arm can be three feet from his victim and yet the muzzle will be only inches away. Another eyewitness, again rolled on for the prosecution, said 'I saw the gun at the top of his head', an ambiguous remark, but one hard to square with the suggestion that Sirhan never got close. Interestingly, though the reconstructions were presented as devastating for the official case, they had not influenced the stylish computer graphics with which Tate presented his case.

July 1, 2002  Who Killed Robert Kennedy?  Mark Lane, Author, Philip H. Melanson, Author Odonian Press effort, by the organizer of the Robert F. Kennedy Assassination Archives at the University of Massachusetts, is a persuasive brief for looking more closely at RFK's killing. Based mainly on Los Angeles Police Department and FBI files declassified in the late 1980s, the book argues against the exclusive focus on the convicted assassin, Palestinian immigrant Sirhan Sirhan, though submitting that he may have been part of an assassination plot. Autopsy results and witnesses suggest the presence of a second gunman; several witnesses identified a ``woman in the polka-dot dress'' as a Sirhan accomplice; and as for motive, while Sirhan was apparently angered at Kennedy's position on Israel, his acquaintances said Sirhan never spoke of that issue.  argues that the most plausible explanation is that Sirhan was programmed by a mind-control expert to shoot Kennedy. Melanson ( Who Killed Martin Luther King? ) identifies those with possible motives to kill Kennedy, among them the Mafia, J. Edgar Hoover, elements of the CIA, Jimmy Hoffa, right-wing and racist groups, and hard-line cold warriors.  Destruction of key evidence by the Los Angeles police, intimidation of witnesses by CIA operatives, and the escape of the "woman in the polka-dot dress," are all crucial elements in the author's argument that Sirhan Sirhan could not have been the only shooter.

skeptical review: Philip Melanson (author) concedes that the "evidence" of a second gunman is not the most credible; since the eyewitness reports sharply contradict any such notion, and also admits that Thane Cesar is the only likely possible second gunman, and that the arguments against that belief (that he was the second gunman) hold reliability as well.  As for Sirhan Sirhan, nobody would deny that he physically shot the shots into Kennedy, but this author, as well as other conspiracy theorists, claim that he was either a product of MK Ultra (of which there's zero evidence for), or he was simply a government agent (which there's no evidence for either). Sirhan was a Palestinian who saw his country get mutilated by Israel just a year before, and seeing that the United States supported Israel unconditionally (as they still do today), he figured that if he can get to ANY U.S. official, they would suffice (this is all according to Sirhan himself). The night of the assassination, Kennedy was out in the open, walking around very casually into crowds, so him being assassinated is not the most surprising thing in the world, folks.

April 2011 Convicted RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan says girl in polka-dot dress manipulated him
LOS ANGELES — Convicted assassin Sirhan Sirhan was manipulated by a seductive girl in a mind control plot to shoot Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, and his bullets did not kill the presidential candidate, lawyers for Sirhan said in new legal papers. suggest a second person shot and killed Kennedy while using Sirhan as a diversion.  Sirhan said under hypnosis that on a cue from the girl he went into "range mode" believing he was at a firing range and seeing circles with targets in front of his eyes. ...  Sirhan was quoted as saying during interviews with Daniel Brown, a Harvard University professor and expert in trauma memory and hypnosis.Brown  hired by Sirhan's lawyer William F. Pepper  interviewed Sirhan for 60 hours with and without hypnosis, according to the legal brief. ...Witnesses talked of seeing such a female running from the hotel shouting, "We shot Kennedy." But she was never identified,   Sirhan has claimed no memory of shooting 

May 2018 RFK's son calls for new investigation into father's assassination  youtube ABC News interviews propagandist William Pepper

Justice Integrity Report  Justice Integrity Project
https://www.justice-integrity.org/%20http:/us4.campaign-archive1.com/?u...id...e...Authors Tim Tate and Brad Johnson begin their new book, The ...... RT via WhoWhatWhy, Dick Russell Speaks on the New JFK Assassination Files, ...... siege by IS militants on the Syrian-Kurdish border city of Kobani for Iran's PressTV, after a ...

May 3, 4 2018
Historic Conference May 3-4 To Document MLK, RFK Murder ... .. Following Pepper will be Mark Robinowitz, an independent researcher ...Pepper argues that Ray and Sirhan were framed and that the real killers have been protected in ongoing cover-ups that would implicate "law enforcement" and otherwise sorely embarrass even now authorities and a compliant news media if ever exposed.
Pepper, representing surviving members of the King family, won a civil jury verdict to that effect in 1999, a year after Ray died in prison.

Pepper now represents Sirhan in a pending demand for a new trial or a first-time evidentiary hearing. Pepper made that filing last July to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights of the Organization of American States (ICHAR).

As we reported here last July in Petition To OAS: Sirhan wrongfully convicted in 1968 RFK Murder, the filing was made after the California Parole Board repeatedly denied Sirhan's similar requests for the chance to prove his innocence. Kennedy was shot at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles on June

Dr. Thomas T. Noguchi (shown at left), the Los Angeles County chief medical examiner in 1968. Noguchi found that Kennedy was hit by three bullets fired from the rear, including a fatal bullet to the rear of the head that had been fired from less than one inch away.

paul schrade after shootingPaul Schrade, a friend and presidential campaign aide of Kennedy's who was walking with the senator when Sirhan shot Schrade in the forehead, is among those speaking at the Pittsburgh conference (via a videoconference). Schrade is shown at right on the floor of the hotel's pantry after the shooting.

Schrade has since argued that Sirhan could not have killed Kennedy. Schrade is shown below left after California officials rejected Sirhan's requests last year. The photo is by an AP pool reporter, the only one allowed to cover the parole board's hearing.
Reinvestigating the RFK and MLK Assassinations at 50
The 17th Annual Forensic Science and Law Symposium
Charles J. Dougherty Ballroom
Duquesne University
Pittsburgh, PA
Thursday, MAY 3
The LA Police Had Proof the 2nd Gunman – and NOT Sirhan Paul Schrade
Murdered Robert Kennedy: A Friend of RFK Reports (by videoconference)

The Autopsy of RFK: A Forensic Pathology Dialogue Thomas T. Noguchi, M.D.
with C. Wecht

Confirmation Bias, Cover-Up and Conspiracy Tim Tate, Brad Johnson

King and Kennedy and the Ruling Forces of 1968 William Pepper, Esq

Why the man in jail for killing Bobby Kennedy couldn't have done it ...
www.dailymail.co.uk/.../Why-man-whos-spent-50-years-jail-killing-Bobby-Kennedy-it....May 25, 2018 - Tim Tate and Brad Johnson spent decades investigating the June 4, 1968, ... Around 12 hours before Kennedy was shot, Sirhan was spotted at ...

2nd shooter, wrong person jailed? Robert Kennedy's son questions ...
May 28, 2018 - Journalist Stephen Lendman told Press TV last year he believes that Sirhan had nothing to do with the murder of Bobby Kennedy  that Lee Harvey Oswald had nothing to do with the assassination of President Kennedy — and that the CIA was responsible instead. The CIA killed Jack Kennedy,” Lendman claimed.

May 28, 2018 - Sirhan Sirhan, a 24-year-old Palestinian immigrant, was convicted of murdering RFK and sentenced to death in 1969. His sentence was ...
Various experts have ascribed a variety of motives to CIA involvement in the assassination of both Kennedys. The secretive nature of the CIA and its reputation for high level political assassinations in the 1960s has made it a plausible perpetrator for the murder of the Kennedy brothers.

Three men seen in video and photographs of the Ambassador Hotel immediately before and after the RFK assassination were positively identified as CIA operatives, said Kevin Barrett, an author and 9/11 researcher in Madison, Wisconsin.

“The assassinations of the Kennedy brothers were largely carried out on behalf of Israel,” Barrett told Press TV on Monday.

“John F. Kennedy was dedicated to shutting down Israel’s nuclear weapons program and was killed because the Israelis, specifically [former Israeli prime minister David] Ben-Gurion believed that this was an issue of survival for Israel” he added.

“Robert Kennedy’s convicted killer Sirhan Sirhan, the patsy who was chosen to be presented to the public as the supposed killer who was actually hypnotized and had no idea what he was doing there…was used for propaganda purposes by the Zionists who murdered both of the Kennedy brothers,” Barrett said.

...Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the son of RFK, says he does not believe Sirhan had carried out the assassination and believes a second shooter did it.

Did the CIA's girl in a polka-dot dress hypnotise Bobby... - Daily Mail y TIM TATE and BRAD JOHNSON

PUBLMay  27, 2018 - There, he met a girl in a polka-dot dress, who was also looking for coffee ... SenatorRobert F. Kennedy - was put under hypnosis and described ...our serialisation of a gripping new book revealed why its authors are convinced the man jailed for 50 years for his murder couldn’t have done it. Today, they provide compelling evidence that the CIA was behind the shooting...

amnesia seemed to be genuine — and inexplicable. So, in a final bid to unlock his frozen mind, an eminent psychologist was asked to put him into a hypnotic trance... at the hotel   he met a girl in a polka-dot dress,   Sirhan couldn’t recall shooting the Senator. Nor could he remember ever writing anything about wanting to kill him.  This also struck Diamond as strange. Not long after the shooting, police had found a notebook at Sirhan’s home, in which he’d written: ‘RFK must die. RFK must be killed. Robert F. Kennedy must be assassinated.’  ‘Practice for what?’ asked the professor. ‘Mind control, mind control, mind control, mind control,’ wrote Sirhan. suggested only one possibility. Before shooting at Kennedy, he must have undergone previous — and much deeper — hypno programming. he theorised, the camera lights and mirrors in the Ambassador Hotel must have triggered a trance.  And then, for whatever deeply buried reason, he’d pulled out his gun and shot Senator Kennedy.  Sirhan Sirhan had almost certainly been hypnotised...  just one organisation possessed the necessary know-how to make an ordinary man commit an act of extreme violence — and remember nothing about it. And that, as we shall see, was the CIA…[or KGB?] CIA also launched a top-secret project to turn ordinary men into robot-assassins.

Millions of dollars were spent on the project during the Fifties and Sixties.

Assassination of Robert F Kennedy, Crime, Conspiracy and Cover-Up. by Tim Tate, Brad Johnson (2018)  Published on Jun 28, 2018 youtube interview There is no possible way Sirhan could have fired the bullet who killed RFK. No doubt about it. Brad is former CNN journalist. Clear evidence of 13 shots on audio tape. Could only have fired 8 times. That proves 2nd gunman.

The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy
A 25-year investigation by two award-winning journalists into the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy in June 1968 - and Los Angeles Police's extraordinary suppression of evidence indicating it was the result of a sinister conspiracy.


It is a cliché that those of a certain age will always remember where they were when John F. Kennedy was assassinated.   The shooting of America’s 35th President flashed around the world on Friday, November 22, 1963. More than five decades later, it continues to exert an unremitting grip on international interest. More than two thousand books have been – and continue to be – published, dissecting every detail of what happened in Dealey Plaza, Dallas that autumn afternoon. Seemingly endless allegations and counter-claims, televised re-constructions and free-floating theories seek to solve a murder which, in the public mind at least, remains shrouded in inconsistencies and mystery – not least because the two official commissions of enquiry reached opposing conclusions on whether the murder was the act of a lone gunman or a sinister conspiracy.

 By contrast, the second Kennedy assassination almost five years later has attracted much less scrutiny. Unlike the killing of JFK, the shooting of Robert Francis Kennedy in a hotel pantry in Los Angeles was not examined by a successor to the Presidential Warren Commission, nor even by the subsequent Congressional inquiry, the House Select Committee on Assassinations. And yet the scientific facts of the RFK assassination – logistical, pathological and ballistic – have always been much more problematic than those surrounding the killing of John Kennedy.   So, too, the politics.

 Bobby Kennedy was shot and mortally wodisunded minutes after winning a key race in the battle to be nominated as the Democratic Party’s candidate to face the Republican Richard Nixon in the November 1968 Presidential election.

Victory in the California Primary did not guarantee RFK the nomination, but it went a very long way towards it. And, in that troubled and violent year, with America torn apart by race and poverty riots, and with public anger at the ever-more catastrophic Vietnam War exploding on to the streets, to his supporters and detractors alike Kennedy alone seemed to be the candidate promising radical change – at home and abroad.

 He had run a breathless and insurgent campaign, talking openly about the need for “revolution”. He energised the young, the dispossessed and those desperate for transformation. And they believed.   To those who campaigned for him, it was an article of faith that a second President Kennedy in the White House would signal an end to the blight of urban poverty and racial inequality – twin scourges which had caused riots across America in the years since John Kennedy’s assassination, and which also played a background role in the murder of Martin Luther King Jnr. in April 1968.

 But more importantly even than that, Bobby’s supporters believed he would halt the war in Vietnam; and since he had, however belatedly, appeared to signal publicly that he was unconvinced by the Warren Commission investigation of his brother’s murder, they hoped, too, for a new enquiry into the troubling inconsistencies surrounding the official account of the events in Dallas.

 But for as many who loved Robert Kennedy there seemed to be an equal number who despised him. His role as counsel to the Senate committee investigating labour racketeering had earned him the enmity of corrupt union officials, while the war he declared on organised crime as Attorney General in JFK’s administration made him a hate figure for America’s most powerful mob bosses, and contributed to his unending feud with FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover.

Following the Bay of Pigs debacle, Bobby also clashed with the CIA, and his refusal to accede to the demands of the President’s more hawkish advisors during the tense 13 days of the Cuban Missile Crisis created deep resentment within the senior ranks of the military. Nor did he make many friends on Capitol Hill: his brusque and impatient manner was viewed with deep suspicion – at the very least – by Senators, Congressmen, and much of Washington DC’s political elite.   And his championing of civil rights, racial justice and the plight of America’s farmworkers attracted the loathing of segregationists, white supremacists and some of the country’s major agricultural leaders alike.

 RFK heard this drumbeat and – particularly after John Kennedy’s assassination – knew what it could mean. As he once remarked to a reporter, “You won’t have any trouble finding my enemies. They’re all over town.”[1].

 Robert Kennedy’s removal from the political stage that night in June 1968 brought comfort to his enemies, just as it destroyed all the hopes of those who believed in him and the promise of change he represented.

For those political reasons the shooting in the Ambassador Hotel pantry was a crime which demanded a thorough and honest enquiry.

But beside that there was an unanswerable scientific case for a rigorous forensic investigation.   Much more clearly than in the JFK assassination, the fundamental facts of RFK’s killing simply did not fit the official conclusion – that the murder was carried out by a lone gunman, Sirhan Bishara Sirhan. Within minutes of the shooting, evidence emerged which suggested that Sirhan had not acted alone; within weeks Los Angeles Police Department and the District Attorney’s Office knew that they could not reconcile the findings of the official autopsy with the testimony of key eyewitness to the shooting. But although the police and prosecutors publicly promised a scrupulous and transparent enquiry, they did the precise opposite. For almost twenty years.

We came into the case as television producers, separately and a decade apart. We were not the first journalists to raise questions about the evidence: in the years immediately after RFK’s murder a handful of courageous reporters and (sometimes eccentric) citizen-investigators began flagging up substantial inconsistencies in the claims made by Los Angeles Police Department and the District Attorney. But it appears that we are amongst the longest-lasting.

 Tim’s Tate 1992 documentary for Channel 4 television in Britain, and A&E networks in   he US, was the first to broadcast tape recordings made by LAPD which revealed it to have distorted, falsified and suppressed evidence which suggested that a second gunman had murdered Robert Kennedy.

 Fifteen years later, Brad’s 2007 documentary for the Discovery Times Channel presented scientific proof of that second gunman: forensic audio analysis of a tape Brad uncovered – the only recording to have captured the sounds of the shooting in the pantry – demonstrated unequivocally that at least 13 shots were fired; many more than could have come from Sirhan Sirhan’s 8-shot revolver.

Since those films we have – individually and later in tandem – spent decades painstakingly examining all the evidence. At times it has seemed a herculean and never-ending task, involving years carefully examining and cross-referencing tens of thousands of original documents, conducting forensic analysis of rare audio, film footage, video tape and photographs, and tracking down crucial witnesses.

This book, then, is the product of more than a quarter of a century’s patient investigative journalism. What is most striking about the Robert Kennedy assassination is that the fundamental evidence – eye-witness, ballistic, forensic and, above all, scientific – points unequivocally to the conclusion that Sirhan Sirhan did not fire the fatal bullets in the pantry. Which raises two more troublesome questions: who did – and why ?

We realise that positing answers to these questions may lead to accusations of conspiracy theorising.   But, although we have found clear evidence of genuine conspiracies, we are cautious about claiming that these alone offer a solution to the mystery.   Our approach has always been to ascertain the facts and then to pursue them wherever they may lead, however uncomfortable that may be.

The murder of Robert F. Kennedy was the final American political assassination of a turbulent decade. It, more than any other single act, signalled the end of the optimism and idealism which briefly flourished in the 1960s. It changed the course of both the United States and much of the world beyond its shores. For those reasons – as well as for natural justice – the events of June 1968 demanded an honest, open and thorough investigation by police and prosecutors.
[1] “The Number 2 Man in Washington” by Paul O’Neill. Life [magazine], January 26, 1962, p.90.

June 2, 2018
https://www.globalresearch.ca/the-truth-behind-the-murder-of-robert-f-kennedy-conspiracy-and-cover-up/5642703 Propornot say global research carries russian propaganda.   Mark Robinowitz. Robinowitz has reviewed available research on suspected Deep Political events from the JFK assassination to 9/11. He helps address the question of possible motives for RFK’s assassination, the option of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission for getting to the bottom of this and other State Crimes Against Democracy, and the significance of RFK Jr.’s recent admission to the Washington Post newspaper that he does not believe Sirhan Sirhan murdered his father. Mark Robinowitz is a writer, political activist and ecological campaigner. He manages the site JFKMLKRFK.com which looks into the political assassinations of the 1960s and connects them to political and economic realities of that time. He is based in Eugene, Oregon.

The assassination of Bobby Kennedy: Was Sirhan Sirhan hypnotized ...
https://www.washingtonpost.com/.../the-assassination-of-bobby-kennedy-was-sirhan-sirh...Jun 4, 2018 - Sirhan has always claimed that he didn't remember shooting Kennedy ... “The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy,” authors Tim Tate and Brad ...
WhoWhatWhy, Opinion & Analysis: Was Sirhan Hypnotically Programmed to Assassinate RFK?Shane O’Sullivan, June 5, 2018. Dr. Shane O’Sullivan, shown at right, is the author of the book "Who Killed Bobby?" and the director of the documentary "RFK Must Die."

WhoWhatWhy, Unique Recollections of the Night RFK Was Gunned Down, Jeff Schechtman, June 5, 2018. Many people doubt the official story of what happened when Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated in the kitchen of Los Angeles’s Ambassador Hotel exactly 50 years ago. Their doubts are fuelled by painstaking research, solid reporting, and even cutting-edge science. But nothing compares to talking with people who were there when Kennedy was struck down.

Consortium News, A just published book on the RFK murder re-examines the evidences and asks what the world might be like if the four 1960s assassinations never occurred, James DiEugenio, June 5, 2018. Authors Tim Tate and Brad Johnson begin their new book, The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy: Crime, Conspiracy and Cover-Up – A New Investigation (Thistle Publishing) with this quote from RFK the day after Martin Luther King Jr. was killed: “What has violence ever accomplished? What has it ever created? No martyr’s cause has ever been stilled by an assassin’s bullet

Oklahoma City Bombing 1995

AJAMU BARAKA opposed the death penalty for  Timothy McVeigh in 2001

1971 John Kerry testimony

John Kerry testimony 'product of KGB disinformation' - WND  Jul 11, 2013 · Secretary of State John Kerry’s 1971 testimony before a Senate panel claiming American troops in Vietnam regularly committed war crimes against civilians was a product of a Soviet KGB disinformation campaign, according to the highest-ranking Soviet-bloc defector.

February 26, 2004 As a spy chief and a general in the former Soviet satellite of Romania, I produced the very same vitriol Kerry repeated to the U.S. Congress almost word for word and planted it in leftist movements throughout Europe. KGB chairman Yuri Andropov managed our anti-Vietnam War operation. On April 12, 1971, Kerry told the U.S. Congress that American soldiers claimed to him that they had, “raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned on the power, cut off limbs, blew up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in a fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan.”  The exact sources of that assertion should be tracked down. Kerry also ought to be asked who, exactly, told him any such thing, and what it was, exactly, that they said they did in Vietnam. Statutes of limitation now protect these individuals from prosecution for any such admissions. Or did Senator Kerry merely hear allegations of that sort as hearsay bandied about by members of antiwar groups (much of which has since been discredited)? To me, this assertion sounds exactly like the disinformation line that the Soviets were sowing worldwide throughout the Vietnam era. KGB priority number one at that time was to damage American power, judgment, and credibility. One of its favorite tools was the fabrication of such evidence as photographs and “news reports” about invented American war atrocities. These tales were purveyed in KGB-operated magazines that would then flack them to reputable news organizations. Often enough, they would be picked up. News organizations are notoriously sloppy about verifying their sources. All in all, it was amazingly easy for Soviet-bloc spy organizations to fake many such reports and spread them around the free world.  As a spy chief and a general in the former Soviet satellite of Romania, I produced the very same vitriol Kerry repeated to the U.S. Congress almost word for word and planted it in leftist movements throughout Europe

May 4, 2001 an op-ed in The Daily Oklahoman authored by Baraka laid out his opposition to the death penalty and the sentencing of Timothy McVeigh to death for his part in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. He wrote, "[Amnesty International] has dedicated 40 years to working with and on behalf of victims on a daily basis, we have the utmost respect and sympathy for the suffering of the families and loved ones of victims of violence—suffering that deserves compassion, respect and justice. [...] However, the killing of McVeigh, like all other executions, will be done for reasons of political expediency and retribution rather than reasons of justice. For while family members of victims are entitled to respect and compassion, courts should not be allowed to become forums for retaliation. This degrades not only our system of justice but also ourselves as human beings, as we then become little better than the killers we seek to condemn."[16]

May 2, 2001 - It is a moral dilemma that those opposed to the death penalty do not have to face. ... Ajamu Baraka ... ON THE ONE hand, J.E. McReynolds (column, April 26) condemns Timothy McVeigh'suse of violence in pursuit of a ..., the killing of McVeigh, like all other executions, will be done for reasons of political expediency and retribution rather than reasons of justice. Baraka is director of Amnesty International USA's Program to Abolish the Death Penalty. It is based in Washington, D.C.

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Jun 11, 2001 - Timothy McVeigh, the Oklahoma City bomber, was pronounced dead at ... Witnesses said that McVeigh had his eyes open as the execution began. ... Ajamu Baraka of Amnesty International attributed the small turnout to the ... anti-death penalty protesters gathered in opposing camps in the hours before the killing.   Ajamu Baraka of Amnesty International attributed the small turnout to the fact that McVeigh's execution was being carried out by the federal government and that death penalty opponents were urged to demonstrate in their own hometowns.

Osama bin Laden: Closing the Case on an Innocent Man  Veterans Today  Jun 15, 2011 By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor   The last proven official words of Osama bin Laden, a man dying of advanced kidney disease are on the official CIA transcript below, gotten ...

Paris attacks. November 2015 Paris attacks were a series of coordinated terrorist attacks that occurred on Friday, 13 November 2015 in Paris, France and the city's northern suburb, Saint-Denis. Beginning at 21:16 CET, three suicide bombers struck outside the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, during a football match. If the Russians blame american and jews, does it mean russia was behind it? 

'Did the Americans plan the Paris terror attacks?' asks leading Russian tabloid  Jan 12, 2015 Front page of Komsomolskaya Pravda carries latest bizarre conspiracy theory put forward in Russian press. ront page splash in Komsomolskaya Pravda, which asks "Did the Americans Plan the Paris Terror Attack?", is just the latest of a series of bizarre conspiracy theories put forward by some of the Russian press in the wake of last week's tragedy.  political scientist called Alexander Zhilin, who links the murders of 16 people at Charlie Hebdo and a Kosher supermarket to disagreements between western governments about how to deal with sanctions against Russia. Zhilin goes on to claim that Angela Merkel toughened her stance against Russia only after an explosion at a chemical factory in September, which he insinuates was also the work of American spies.  

Professor Jim Fetzer Tells Us Things  Feb 25, 2016 - American propagandist Professor Jim Fetzer examines 9/11, Boston Marathon Bombing, Sandy Hook, San Bernardino, and the Paris attack. It is a very ...(video removed)  GregHallett podcast

Russian and Turkish conspiracy theories swirl after Paris attacks  FT JANUARY 12, 2015  after Ahmet Davutoglu, Turkey’s prime minister, joined millions marching in Paris to pay tribute to the 17 people killed by Islamist extremists, the country’s president struck a much more confrontational tone.  “The duplicity of the west is obvious,” Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at a press conference on Monday evening. “As Muslims we have never sided with terror or massacres: racism, hate speech, Islamophobia are behind these massacres.”  “The culprits are clear: French citizens undertook this massacre and Muslims were blamed for it,” he added. .. parallel narrative has emerged in the country, with conspiracy theorists blaming the murders on foreign intelligence agencies rather than radical Islamists. .. and  Russia  mayor of Ankara for the ruling AK party, said on Monday that “Mossad [the Israeli intelligence service] is definitely behind such incidents . . . it is boosting enmity towards Islam.” Komsomolskaya Pravda, one of Russia’s leading tabloids, ran the headline: “Did the Americans stage the terror attack in Paris?”   popular Russian conspiracy theory blaming the US intelligence services for a swath of terrorist assaults, from the 9/11 attacks on the US to last week’s Paris killings.  Alexei Martynov, director of the International Institute for New States, a think-tank, told pro-Kremlin internet outlet LifeNews. “I am sure that some American supervisors are responsible for the terror attacks in Paris, or in any case the Islamists who carried them out.” 

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