JFK and RFK: The Plots that Killed Them, the Patsies that Didn’t

by James Fetzer Note: This article originally appeared in Voltairenet.org (13 June 2010). Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated 42 years ago in the midst of his campaign for the U.S. presidency. Largely overshadowed by the death of his brother, President John F. Kennedy, the official account of RFK’s tragic end, allegedly shot down by a lone gunman, like his brother, has received vastly less attention. In both instances, we are looking at staged events that fit into a recurrent pattern in U.S. and world history where innocent individuals (or “patsies”) are … Continue reading JFK and RFK: The Plots that Killed Them, the Patsies that Didn’t