Most of the interview pertained to RFK Jr's involvement with fighting the drug industry using mercury in vaccines suspected of causing autism and corruption within the Food and Drug Administration. However, host George Noory could not resist broaching the topic of JFK's assassination and the Warren Commission's findings.
Noory stated that after years of discussing the assassination with numerous researchers who had made guest appearances on Coast to Coast, that he believed Lee Harvey Oswald probably did not assassinate JFK, and that there was a conspiracy.
RFK Jr. responded ..
1. Neither he nor his father believed the conclusions of the Warren Commission, that LHO had acted alone.
2. At the time Jim Garrison was in the headlines for launching his assassination investigation, RFK had Walter Sheridan look into the matter and Sheridan obtained Jack Ruby's long distance phone records. RFK was shocked to see that many of the people Ruby had been talking to in the weeks before the assassination, were many of the same organized crime figures that RFK was trying to prosecute as Attorney General. This information convinced RFK that Ruby was anything but a distraught JFK fan who killed Oswald as an act of vengeance or spare Jacqueline the distress of a trial as was his supposed motive.
3. RFK was powerless to investigate the assassination while still in the position of LBJ's Attorney General, and that RFK and J. Edgar Hoover quit speaking to one another following the assassination.
4. RFK Jr. confirmed that RFK had decided to launch a thorough investigation should he attain the Presidency.
Noory broached the topic of RFK's assassination but it wasn't pursued and the topic of vaccines was begun.
I wish Noory would have asked why Walter Sheridan tried to derail Jim Garrison's investigation. I still wonder if Sheridan was acting on RFK's direction or was it on orders from the FBI or CIA?
Anyway it was a peek into how the Kennedy family perceives the assassination.