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  1. There are certain coroners and pathologists whose...

    There are certain coroners and pathologists whose careers reveal that their appointment to particular, signficant, cases is perhaps less than accidental.

    London's Metropolitan Police's onetime...
  2. Acrobat opens the link for me today. Not sure...

    Acrobat opens the link for me today. Not sure why it didn't yesterday.

    The link is to the first edition of Walter Bowart's "Operation Mind Control". The second edition was sold personally and...
  3. Kyle - I couldn't open your link to Bowart's...

    Yeah, that's why I'd love to see evidence that had interaction with Sirhan, but having been unable to find anything of the sort, I'm left to suspect it's just a myth which arose through confusion...
  4. The "girl in the polka dot dress" may be an act...

    The "girl in the polka dot dress" may be an act of deliberate distraction, or it may be evidence leading to a mechanic and part of the actual MO for the RFK hit.

    If the "girl in the polka dot...
  5. Kyle - it's a fair question. Louis Jolyon West's...

    Kyle - it's a fair question. Louis Jolyon West's visits to Sirhan Sirhan are frequently cited, so I've just reread Walter Bowart's intriguing chapter on the matter in the samizdat second edition of...
  6. The presumed "girl in the polka dot dress", Kathy...

    The presumed "girl in the polka dot dress", Kathy Ainsworth, was herself killed by police and FBI gunfire on June 30, 1968, whilst engaged on a Ku Klux Klan mission to dynamite the house of a leading...
  7. I first learnt of "the girl in the polka dot...

    I first learnt of "the girl in the polka dot dress" from John Judge many years ago - either his writings or spoken words.

    This new testimony from Sirhan Sirhan is compelling. Intel assets,...
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