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Video: 2:19:36 Two hours and 20 minutes long
Published on Feb 20, 2013

(2013 Complete Documentary) by Mark Howitt

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Originally part of the 2010 series "Evidence of Murder" by Mark Howitt, RFK: Bloodline Assassins investigates the assassination of Robert Kennedy who was well on his way to becoming President of the United States in a face off against Richard Nixon. His life was cut short however, and this film investigates the details of the crime in great detail discussing the suspected killer Sirhan Sirhan and proving without a doubt that there was CIA involvement and the government has yet again done everything it can to cover their tracks including destroying and tampering with evidence.

This video does not include the recent (last year?) removal of Sirhan Sirhan's memory block of the events at the hotel in Los,Angeles where Robert Kennedy was killed. Does anyone know of Sirhan's current legal status? Is he still in custody?

SS is still in prison after his 13th parole request was rejected in 2011.
Lauren Johnson Wrote:SS is still in prison after his 13th parole request was rejected in 2011.

And there he will die as did James Earl Ray.
"Justice"? Not in this lifetime.
Fortunately for me I believe in ultimate justice.
As rotten as I see the power game these days it can be stifling, I then thought of how bad it would be if some people hadn't put the time/effort in to practice law and retain values of the original concept of the Constitution and Republic (had we kept it - if we ever really had it).

It can be a drag to try to keep strong the idea of Justice. But it is real.

Then I thought of .....
Sirhan Sirhan will likely die in prison still fighting the incomplete and corrupt investigation of the crime
As James Earl Ray did.
Justice will prevail though.

Hope all had a great time with family and friends for Easter.

The title of your post reminded me of Larry Teeter, who I met at the Dallas JFK meetings, the last one before he died. A group of us went out to dinner and I had a chance to tell him, after he asked me, about my experiences in 1963. He offered to help me with advice and legal action, and we corresponded afterwards by email. Before anything was accomplished, he died. I often think of him and how courageous he was in trying to free Sirhan Sirhan, and in trying to help me. There are not too many people like that, and I have met a few of them. They are rare human beings.

Adele Edisen Wrote:They are rare human beings.


All too rare!..... By the way, if anyone wants an honest and JFK-savvy lawyer, use Brad Kizzia in Dallas! There are, of course, a few others...but he is one and right in the heart of the Beast.
I never met Larry, but I have a series of DvDs that Ralph Coles sold of COPA talks Larry gave. I am most favorably impressed by Larry's sincerity and works.

I wouldn't leave out any from the list of "good" attorneys, most especially Ms. Dawn Meredith and Mr. Brad Kizzia.

Think where we all would be without the attorneys that choose right over $$$$$.
Money can't buy me anything meaningful, integrity can.

Thanks Again Adele,