Shane O'Sullivan is a 38-year-old Irish writer and filmmaker, living in London. He conducted a four-year investigation forhis feature documentary RFK Must Die and his book Who Killed Bobby?
During the middle two hours, Irish writer and filmmaker Shane O'Sullivan discussed his investigation into the many unsolved questions in the assassination of Robert Kennedy, which occurred 40 years ago on June 6, 1968. In the beginning everyone assumed Sirhan Sirhan did it and it was an open and shut case, but later evidence to the contrary began to emerge, he detailed. Sirhan had scrawled "RFK Must Die" repeatedly in notebooks which the prosecution said showed premeditation. But O'Sullivan suggested this was evidence that Sirhan had been under mind control. The CIA had been conducting covert mind control experiments with the goal of creating a 'Manchurian Candidate'-like assassin, who wouldn't be able to remember being programmed, said O'Sullivan, who added that Sirhan was likely recruited into such an experiment. The autopsy evidence shows that Sirhan was in the wrong position to have fired the fatal bullet, indicating that another shooter was present, possibly the securi ... More »Host: George Noory