RFK Must Die: The Assassination of Bobby Kennedy (2006)
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For years, millions have speculated and countless tomes have been published that attempt to make sense of the enigmatic details surrounding the late-1963 assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. The Warren Commission aside, many now believe that the events of that terrible day were in some way linked to a sweeping underground conspiracy. Now, with his documentary RFK Must Die: The Assassination of Bobby Kennedy, historical researcher and filmmaker Shane O'Sullivan makes a similar case regarding
Nov 20, 2007
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Like a dog unleashed in a field full of rabbits, he chases one shard of "evidence" after another - a second gunman, a girl in a polka-dot dress --without bothering to arrange them in any coherent pattern.
Shane O'Sullivan's RFK Must Die is more of a conspiracy-query doc, but will titillate the suspicious nonetheless.
O'Sullivan's propositions are compelling enough to make you think that the truth is still out there.
Wearing many hats in building his formidable case, the filmmaker as incidental lawyer and investigator deciphers the crime scene photos, and pegs known CIA assassins inexplicably loitering there, responsible for covert government murders around the world.
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