mobi Ú The CIA and the Assassination of Robert F ✓ Shane O'Sullivan
"RFK Must Die" The CIA and the Assassination of Robert F KennedyN who the world believed had single handedly masterminded the shooting Shockingly that may not be so as documentary filmmaker Shane O'Sullivan presents powerful new evidence to the contra Well written interesting overview sympathetic to Sirhan Perhaps because he invested so much time on the CIA angle the author included an entire chapter that was frankly tedious to follow concluding that the evidence for such involvement was shaky at best He does however make a solid case that between the bungled LAPD investigation Sirhan's attorney's sub par representation and some recent evidence there's plenty of reasonable doubt to warrant re opening the case
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Free doc ↠ reader "RFK Must Die" The CIA and the Assassination of Robert F ¹ On June 5th 1968 at LA's Ambassador Hotel Robert F Kennedy celebrated his victory in the California Democratic primary with a rousing victory speech anticipating a successful run for the presidency Moments lOn June 5th 1968 at LA's Ambassador Hotel Robert F Kennedy celebrated his victory in the California Democratic primary with a rousing victory speech anticipating a successful run for the I finished reading this book on what would have been John Lennon's birthday Some years back I sat in a restaurant with Sirhan's lawyer Lawrence Teeter Larry did not divulge any lawyerclient information on the case but listened while I spoke of my thoughts on the similarities of Lennon's and Bobby Kennedy's killings I advised Teeter to catch up on the book on Lennon's assassination written by Fenton Bresler which he was not aware of He interrupted his meal took out his note book and wrote down the details of this book Sadly Larry passed away shortly after It was nice to see Shane O'Sullivan dedicate his book to the memory of Larry Teeter and Philip Melanson As to the review of this book I thought it was a whisker away from five starsHaving previously read the books by Robert Morrow Dan Moldea Philip Melanson William Turner and Jonn Christian I rate 'Who Killed Bobby?' to be a superb 21st century update on this 1968 murder case Shane O'Sullivan comes through as a dedicated thorough impartial and logical investigator His coverage of the evidence in this murder mystery the performance of the LAPD and Sirhan's own defence team at trial should make compelling reading for anyone wishing to learn of the bizarre nature of the events at the Ambassador Hotel as well as the developments in the intervening yearsPerhaps the later few chapters chasing shadows of CIA agents at the scene may stretch credibility but to the author's credit he remains impartial and follows the weight of evidenceThe Notes while adeuate should have been embedded in the text The Bibliography is extensiveProsecuting the trial for the Los Angeles DA office was none other than Lynn Compton a member of Easy Company 506th Regiment 101st Airborne documented by Stephen E Ambrose in his book and tv series 'Band of Brothers'Did this event kill the spirit of the 1960's which his brother John introduced with his 'new frontier'? If so it did not end in a whimper nor with a bang In fact too many bangs that could have come from Sirhan's eight shot Iver Johnson and wounds found at Noguchi's autopsy that were physically impossible for Sirhan to inflict
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Presidency Moments later gunshots shattered that dream like his brother before him Bobby Kennedy lay mortally wounded at the hand of an assassin The police uickly apprehended Sirhan Sirha It was interesting compelling readThe Kennedy assassination attempt by Sirhan Sirhan mixed facts about his life in Jordan and California up until the inexplicable shooting of Bobby Kennedy This book gives compelling evidence of a second shooter Well throughout Will satisfy conspiracy theories because they are brought up as well