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RFK Jr: JFK Assassination Was a Conspiracy

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Lee Har­vey Oswald

[2]COMMENT: Stat­ing the obvi­ous, Robert F. Kennedy’s kids RFK jr. and Rory have stat­ed that believe that Pres­i­dent Kennedy was not assas­si­nat­ed by a lone nut.

We’ve pro­duced much pro­gram­ming and post­ing over the years on the assas­si­na­tions of JFK [3], RFK [4] and Mar­tin Luther King [5]. All of these killings are con­nect­ed and, togeth­er, com­prise the sys­tem­at­ic elim­i­na­tion of viable pro­gres­sive lead­er­ship in this coun­try.

(The Freiko­rps in Ger­many [6] and the Patri­ot­ic Soci­eties in Japan [7] paved the way for the rise of fas­cism in those coun­tries through a sim­i­lar pro­gram of orga­nized killing.)

We’ve not seen any state­ments by Kennedy fam­i­ly mem­bers about the assas­si­na­tion of Robert Kennedy [8]. That case is head­ing back into court [9]. The inves­ti­ga­tion of Robert Kennedy’s assas­si­na­tion [10] yields evi­den­tiary trib­u­taries lead­ing in the direc­tion of his broth­er’s killing, Dr. King’s assas­si­na­tion and the shoot­ing of George Wal­lace [11]. (Had Wal­lace run as an inde­pen­dent can­di­date he might have threat­ened Nixon’s “South­ern Strat­e­gy.”)

“RFK Chil­dren Speak about Assas­si­na­tion in Dal­las” by Jamie Sten­gle; Asso­ci­at­ed Press; 1/12/2013. [12]

EXCERPT: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is con­vinced that a lone gun­man was­n’t sole­ly respon­si­ble for the assas­si­na­tion of his uncle, Pres­i­dent John F. Kennedy, and said his father believed the War­ren Com­mis­sion report was a “shod­dy piece of crafts­man­ship.”

Kennedy and his sis­ter, Rory, spoke about their fam­i­ly Fri­day night while being inter­viewed in front of an audi­ence by Char­lie Rose at the Win­spear Opera House in Dal­las. The event comes as a year of obser­vances begins for the 50th anniver­sary of the pres­i­den­t’s death.

Their uncle was killed on Nov. 22, 1963, while rid­ing in a motor­cade through Dal­las. Five years lat­er, their father was assas­si­nat­ed in a Los Ange­les hotel while cel­e­brat­ing his win in the Cal­i­for­nia Demo­c­ra­t­ic pres­i­den­tial pri­ma­ry.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said his father spent a year try­ing to come to grips with his broth­er’s death, read­ing the work of Greek philoso­phers, Catholic schol­ars, Hen­ry David Thore­au, poets and oth­ers “try­ing to fig­ure out kind of the exis­ten­tial impli­ca­tions of why a just God would allow injus­tice to hap­pen of the mag­ni­tude he was see­ing.”
He said his father thought the War­ren Com­mis­sion, which con­clud­ed Lee Har­vey Oswald act­ed alone in killing the pres­i­dent, was a “shod­dy piece of crafts­man­ship.” He said that he, too, ques­tioned the report.

“The evi­dence at this point I think is very, very con­vinc­ing that it was not a lone gun­man,” he said, but he did­n’t say what he believed may have hap­pened. . . .