In the latest poll in our ‘Underground Knowledge’ discussion group on Goodreads.com we ask members if they believe Robert (Bobby) F. Kennedy (RFK) was solely killed by the “lone gunman” Sirhan Sirhan?
RFK (above) after the fateful shooting. Sirhan Sirhan (below) under arrest.
Interim results show 62% of poll respondents say No (he wasn’t killed by the lone gunman), 18% say Yes (he was) and 20% indicate they’re Undecided.
A random selection of poll respondents’ comments follow. (Names withheld):
I think there’s as much evidence to show Sirhan Sirhan could not possibly have been the only killer of RFK as there is to prove that Oswald couldn’t have acted alone in JFK’s murder. However, the RFK assassination is much more complicated as it likely involved mind control (MK-Ultra) and people need to research wider to understand it.
Some key points for me are…Sirhan Sirhan has no memory of the event at all. There were many more bullets fired at the crime scene than Sirhan’s gun could hold. Sirhan was mixing in circles of MK-Ultra scientists before the killing and was recorded as being “easily hypnotized”.
I recall watching this happen and there was so much confusion. These “single” assassins probably didn’t just spring up on their own. To have both Jack and Bobby gunned down is probably statistically improbable. And Martin too, without outside input from those who feared them…just doesn’t add up to lone assassins. So many “truths” then and now just don’t add up to any kind of “normal” reality.
I voted undecided…My instincts always said that the event was much too convenient for the powers that be. Imagine what might have been if RFK became the next US president. This is not to reject any notion of conspiracy. The martyred shooter is likely just the tip of the iceberg.
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