If They Hadn't Killed Bobby Kennedy, He'd Be 81 Today ...
Speaking of Kennedy killings ... which we were, in our previous post.
Today's 'Guardian' gives us this.
Today would have been Robert Kennedy's 81st birthday.Amen to that. We could not agree more.
The world is crying out for a compassionate leader like him.
If dark forces were behind his elimination, it needs to be investigated.
Now read on.
Did the CIA kill Bobby Kennedy?
In 1968, Robert Kennedy seemed likely to follow his brother, John, into the White House.
Then, on June 6, he was assassinated - apparently by a lone gunman. But Shane O'Sullivan says he has evidence implicating three CIA agents in the murder
Monday November 20, 2006 -- The Guardian
Excuse our quick snip-cut-paste, and please continue reading.
As Kennedy lies dying on the pantry floor, Sirhan is arrested as the lone assassin. He carries the motive in his shirt-pocket (a clipping about Kennedy's plans to sell bombers to Israel) and notebooks at his house seem to incriminate him.Interesting isn't it?
But the autopsy report suggests Sirhan could not have fired the shots that killed Kennedy.
Witnesses place Sirhan's gun several feet in front of Kennedy, but the fatal bullet is fired from one inch behind.
And more bullet-holes are found in the pantry than Sirhan's gun can hold, suggesting a second gunman is involved.
But there's much more.
As I researched the case, I uncovered new video and photographic evidence suggesting that three senior CIA operatives were behind the killing. I did not buy the official ending that Sirhan acted alone, and started dipping into the nether-world of "assassination research", crossing paths with David Sanchez Morales, a fearsome Yaqui Indian.(snip)
Morales was a legendary figure in CIA covert operations.
According to close associate Tom Clines, if you saw Morales walking down the street in a Latin American capital, you knew a coup was about to happen.
When the subject of the Kennedys came up in a late-night session with friends in 1973, Morales launched into a tirade that finished: "I was in Dallas when we got the son of a bitch and I was in Los Angeles when we got the little bastard."
Alright, after the next enticing excerpt you're all on your own.
With no secret service protection for presidential candidates in those days, Kennedy was guarded by unarmed Olympic decathlete champion Rafer Johnson and football tackler Rosey Grier - no match for an expert assassination team.Coincidences? Conspiracies? Kennedy curses?
Trawling through microfilm of the police investigation, I found further photographs of Campbell with a third figure, standing centre-stage in the Ambassador hotel hours before the shooting.
He looked Greek, and I suspected he might be George Joannides, chief of psychological warfare operations at JM-Wave.
Joannides was called out of retirement in 1978 to act as the CIA liaison to the House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) investigating the death of John F Kennedy.
Certain insightful, intelligent individuals still insist on speaking of a kull.
Read the rest of this amazing, investigative Guardian piece, right here.
** UPDATE: 21/11/06. Another 'must watch' ( Bobby Kennedy killing related), video from commenter ... 'an ancient Brit'.