Skip to comments.RFK Jr.: 'It Was Not A Lone Gunman' Who Killed JFK
Posted on 01/13/2013 4:05:24 AM PST by fellaEdited on 01/13/2013 8:36:37 AM PST by Sidebar Moderator. [history]
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. told an audience at the Winspear Opera House in Dallas that he doesn't believe a lone gunman was responsible for his uncle's 1963 assassination.
DALLAS (AP) — Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is convinced that a lone gunman wasn't solely responsible for the assassination of his uncle, President John F. Kennedy, and said his father believed the Warren Commission report was a "shoddy piece of craftsmanship."
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RFK Jr is a heroin addict.Therefore his opinions mean nothing to any thinking person.
Yup. Just one more attempt to tie the murder to right win gun nuts despite the fact that it was a communist who did it.
Words completely fail me. A K-Clan member, part of a group of fine individuals that include a booze running bootlegger, a murdering car-diving specialist who later boozed his way through the Senate legislatively raping the American citizen, more than one rapist, philanderers (possibility of drug murder), drug addicts, coddled self absorbed narcissists, etc.
Please, Rory, what makes you think any sane person in this country would want any more of what you or your family have to "give us?"
While there were obviously many other factors, an excellent argument can be made that the liberal estrangement from America began with RFK’s assassination. They just couldn’t accept that he was killed by a leftist.
He MUST have been killed by a right-wing conspiracy secretly dominating America. Therefore America was evil.
Life is more complicated than that. The goofiest person on the planet could have one subject which he knew more about than anybody else and you could learn something from him on that one topic.
My Bad.....wrong thread.....much apologies....
And big head ted didnt kill mary jo
In twenty of years of work in a big city ER I'll wager that I've met more heroin addicts than you've had hot dinners.You may be a more trusting soul than am I but I stand by my statement.Particularly when the heroin addict in question is a member of the family that almost certainly is the filthiest to have ever walked this earth.
He was eight or nine years old and made an appointment with the president to talk about the environment?? In 1963 the environment as an issue wasn’t even on anyone’s radar. I don’t believe one word of this fairy tale.
He can believe anything he wants to but coming from a gene pool populated with room temperature IQs and desperately in need of chlorine, wise people will ignore this moron.
Why can’t we just leave these people alone.
Just let the Kennedy’s go away.
Let the Clinton’s go away.
Let the Bush’s go away
He said his father thought the Warren Commission, which concluded Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in killing the president, was a “shoddy piece of craftsmanship.” He said that he, too, questioned the report.
Dollars to doughnuts, I’ll wager that like most people who dispute the Warren Report, he never actually read it but probably just accepts that it is wrong based upon the JFK Conspiracy cottage industry.
Much like the people who can’t stand Limbaugh, but have never actually listened to him.
That is why many of them live a jet set lifestyle while being involved in the charitable organization rackets.
Many of us who lived through that time have thought that ever since that cold Thanksgiving weekend back in ‘63.
A recent revelation that both Kennedy's had an ongoing secret relationship with Cuban General Alvieda (sp) who would head up the post-Castro government, and that he kept silent to protect that source, is plausible. But the associated logic that somehow this linked back to Oswald is flimsy to non-existent.
For those interested, see a book called "Legacy of Secrecy".
Disagree. His heroin addiction was in the remote past and his closeness to the situation gives him some validity.
And the K family is not certainly the filthiest family in history unless you know no history. They have competition.
I totally agree.