A reexamination of the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy presents new evidence that suggests that Sirhan could not possibly have acted alone and calls for a reopening of the case.
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Advance praise for The Robert F. Kennedy Assassination:
"Professor Philip Melanson presents a credible, shocking account of LAPD misconduct far more sinister than the brutal video-taped beating of Rodney King. Melanson chronicles the destruction of thousands of photos and documents. including vital evidence pointing to a second gun in the RFK killing.
The result, he shows, was a grossly inadequate lone-assassin conclusion that continues to violate our democratic ideals and processes." - David E. Scheim, author of the international bestseller Contract on America: The Mafia murder of President John F. Kennedy
"In his important new book on the Robert F. Kennedy murder, Philip Melanson clearly proves that the Los Angeles Police Department misrepresented key facts in the case, destroyed material evidence. and obstructed independent attempts to resolve the critical issues surrounding the official investigation. Melanson provides significant new evidence that should serve as justification for the case to be re-opened." - Dan E. Moldea, Investigative Journalist, author of The Hoffa Wars and Dark VictoryAbout the Author:
Philip H. Melanson, Ph.D., is a professor of political science and a specialist in the study of political violence. He is Director of the Robert F. Kennedy Assassination Archives at Southeastern Massachusetts University and author of five books, including The Martin Luther King Assassination: New Revelations on the Conspiracy and Cover-Up, 1968-1991 and The Politics of Protection: The U.S. Secret Service in the Terrorist Age. He has served as a consultant for several assassination documentaries and has appeared widely on TV as an expert commentator.
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