The CIA was there beyond the shadow of doubt

For what purpose?

Three agents in the audience

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On June 5, 1968, presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was reportedly shot and killed by a “lone nut.”

The Robert F. Kennedy assassination appears to have followed a similar pattern to his brother’s murder.

A carefully orchestrated scenario involved blaming a “lone nut” for the crime.

Local law enforcement was complicit in covering up the evidence.

CIA agents were present at the scene, their exact roles undisclosed.

Robert Kennedy, a strong critic of the Vietnam War, posed a significant threat to the establishment and had a high likelihood of winning the presidential election. His opponent would have been Richard Nixon.

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