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RFK Must Die: The Assassination of Bobby Kennedy (2007)

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A new investigative documentary exploring the controversies surrounding the assassination of Bobby Kennedy on June 5, 1968 as he looked set to challenge Nixon for the White House. Munir ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Bradley Ayers ... Himself - Covert Operations Specialist
William A. Bailey ... Himself - Former FBI Agent
H. Rap Brown ... Himself (archive footage)
Frank Burns ... Himself
Ruben Carbajal ... Himself
... Himself (archive footage)
Cesar Chavez ... Himself (archive footage)
Vincent Di Pierro ... Himself
Evan Freed ... Himself - Photographer
Richard Helms ... Himself (archive footage)
Jimmy Hoffa ... Himself (archive footage)
Haynes Johnson ... Himself
... Himself (archive footage)
Robert Blair Kaiser ... Himself - Author & Defense Investigator
... Himself (archive footage)
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A new investigative documentary exploring the controversies surrounding the assassination of Bobby Kennedy on June 5, 1968 as he looked set to challenge Nixon for the White House. Munir Sirhan tells how his brother Sirhan has never been able to remember the shooting. Sandra Serrano speaks for the first time in forty years about the girl in the polka-dot dress fleeing the scene, yelling "We shot him! We shot him!" And Dr. Herbert Spiegel of Columbia University describes how Sirhan was hypnotically programmed to kill Robert Kennedy. Written by Anonymous

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An Investigative Documentary by Shane O'Sullivan. See more »

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R.F.K. Must Die  »

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William Turner, a former FBI agent and a leading author on both of the Kennedy assassinations of American Democrat President John F. Kennedy and American Democrat Presidential Candidate Robert F. Kennedy, has said of this film: "The most definitive work on the RFK case. It contains much new material that I am sure will contribute to a re-opening". See more »

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