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The CIA was there beyond the shadow of doubt
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Three agents in the audience
On June 5, 1968 , presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was reportedly shot and killed by a “lone nut.”
The Robert F. Kennedy assassination seems to have been run along similar lines to the murder of his brother.
A carefully prepared "lone nut" had the blame put on him...
A local police department could be counted on to make the evidence disappear...
CIA agents were all over the scene for reasons never revealed...
Robert Kennedy was a vehement opponent of the Viet Nam War and had a very good chance of winning the election to President of the United States. His opponent in the election would have been Richard Nixon.
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