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The Kassandra Project

Although largely overshadowed by his famous brother’s assassination, Robert F. Kennedy also met a violent fate with a bullet to the brain. RFK’s presidential aspirations came to a crashing halt at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles on June 5, 1968. It seems that certain individuals do not take kindly to politicians pledging to pull us out of disastrous and ill-pursued wars predicated on either a false flag attack, or an absolute lie (hint to Obama).

As is typical with political assassinations, a patsy is quickly rounded up, convicted, and the historical record is sealed shut – only to be pried open by conspiracy nut cases, schizophrenics, and those who want an honest and transparent government (i.e., pipe-dreamers and those allergic to media construct illusions).

Sirhan Sirhan was the unlucky chap who had to exchange his freedom for a cell block and government rations. Sirhan was a 24 year-old Christian Palestinian born in Jerusalem, who moved to the United States at age 12. As an adult, Sirhan went on a religious roller-coaster joining the Baptists, then the Seventh Day Adventists, and even dabbling a bit in the occult.

Prior to the assassination, Sirhan disappeared, and likely underwent MKULTRA mind control programming (it was all the fad in those days). Sirhan’s religious background indicated a suggestible and compliant subject. Sirhan expressed confusion at the charges against him, saying that he couldn’t remember anything between the time he admired his reflection in a coffee urn, to when he was punched and subdued by onlookers who were insisting that he had just shot the Senator. This letter from Sirhan’s attorney describes the police cover-up and several inconsistencies with the evidence used to convict him.

In a new book, An Open and Shut Case, Dr. Robert Joling and Philip Van Praag scientifically demonstrate that a second gunman was involved in the killing of JFK. The following information is from this article:

Joling and Van Praag, both forensic scientists, claim that after analyzing audio recordings of the assassination they have concluded that at least 13 shots were fired. The handgun Sirhan used only had the capacity to fire eight shots. Joling claims, “It can be established conclusively that Sirhan did not shoot Senator Kennedy. And in fact not only did he not do it, he could not have done it.”

At a conference in Connecticut forensic scientists argued that Sirhan Sirhan could not have fired the fatal shot that killed Kennedy. Dr. Robert Joling has studied the Kennedy assassination for nearly 40 years, he concluded that the fatal shot came from behind Kennedy, while Sirhan was four to six feet in front of the senator and never got close enough to shoot him from behind.

Philip Van Praag analyzed the Pruszynski audio recording and determined that 13 shots were fired while Kennedy was killed, although Sirhan’s gun only held eight bullets. This suggests that a second shooter was involved in the assassination.

The result of a three year long BBC investigation includes photographic evidence that puts three senior CIA operatives at the scene of the murder. These three operatives have been positively identified as David Morales, Gordon Campbell and George Joannides. All three men worked together in 1963 at JMWAVE, the CIA’s Miami base for its secret war on Castro.

Again the question of the murder weapon is raised. The LAPD claimed no bullets were found lodged in the “bullet holes”, and yet the doorframes in which some of the bullets had lodged were burned and two expended bullets, dug out of the wood, were found in the front seat of Sirhan’s car. Then inexplicably, the LAPD destroyed their records of the tests that had been done on the “bullet holes” in the doorframe.

As in other high profile crimes, JFK, MLK and 9/11, the investigation was bungled and evidence was destroyed. Van Praag and Joling are talking to other forensic experts around the country and lobbying for the case to be reopened. There is no statue of limitations on murder – no matter how painful.

So what, right? I mean that was 40 years ago. If you think for a hot minute that murderous psychopaths (like the ones who killed JFK, MLK, RFK, and many others) aren’t itching for another demonstration of force, then you are a good and decent American (just like Sean Hannity). I used to say the Pledge of Allegiance, I once believed that America was a just and moral nation, and I even thought my vote counted. The Corpro-Fascist freedom loathing brigades have swept away the founding father’s representative republic dream that was America. RFK’s murder was just another bitter reminder of a failed human liberty experiment.

Each time a person stands up for an idea, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring, those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance ~ Robert F. Kennedy

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