In “RFK Must Die,” O’Sullivan makes a stunning case that will fundamentally alter the way the public views Bobby Kennedy’s death. Based on research he undertook for a documentary that will debut this year, O’Sullivan reveals some startling evidence:
• Ballistics evidence suggests the shots came not from several feet in front of Kennedy, where Sirhan stood, but from one inch behind the senator.
• Although Kennedy had no Secret Service or police protection, recently-discovered videotapes and photos, taken that night by the news media, suggest the presence of three CIA agents moments before and after the shooting. Since identified as top covert operatives, they had no official reason to be there; one is seen fleeing directly after the shooting.
• Sirhan’s defense team had mob connections and ties to one of the CIA operatives in the hotel that evening.
• Evidence strongly indicates that Sirhan was hypnotically programmed—he repeatedly scrawled “RFK MUST DIE” in a notebook and reproduced the same programmed writing while under hypnosis.
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