Robert F Kennedy Jr. says agency’s culpability ‘beyond doubt’
Democratic presidential candidate Robert Kennedy Jr. said in an interview on WABC radio that the CIA was behind the 1963 assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy Jr. and may have been involved in the 1968 murder of U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy Hosted by John Catsimatidis.
“There is overwhelming evidence that the CIA was involved [JFK’s] Murder,” Kennedy declared, describing it as “beyond a reasonable doubt at this point. “
“The evidence is overwhelming that the CIA was involved in the murder and cover-up,” The candidate went on, describing efforts to discredit the theory as “Cover up for 60 years.” kennedy cites the book “JFK and the Unspeakable” This book by James Douglas is the best compilation of evidence on the subject, although there are dozens if not hundreds of books on the assassination and the alleged role of the CIA.
The official U.S. government explanation, published the following year as the Warren Commission report, found that Lee Harvey Oswald, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, shot the president alone on Nov. 22, 1963, as his motorcade passed through Dallas.
Oswald was known to have been murdered before he could stand trial, although he managed to tell reporters he was “Just a scapegoat” Shortly after his arrest. The alleged lone shooter was shot dead by nightclub owner Jack Ruby (real name Jacob Rubinstein) while being transported from Dallas police headquarters to the county jail.
In an interview with Catsimatidis, Kennedy added that there are “Very persuasive, but also indirect” Evidence suggests that the CIA was also involved in the 1968 assassination of his father, attorney general and presidential candidate Robert Kennedy. He described the official story of the assassination, which was pinned on Palestinian equestrian groomer Sirhan Sirhan, as virtually impossible, arguing that Thane Eugene Cesar, a security guard at the hotel, had actually shot the man, who was simultaneously injured. Employed by military contractor Lockheed Kennedy.
Four years after Kennedy was killed, nearly half of the American public does not believe Oswald acted alone.The CIA was so concerned with this fact that in 1967 it published a report on how to discredit the so-called “conspiracy theorists” Question the conclusions of the Warren Commission.modern usage of the term “conspiracy theorists” As a derogatory term, it is often traced back to this 1967 memo.
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