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#1 Adele Edisen

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Posted 22 May 2014 - 01:49 PM



I think this interview is a bit dated, but even so, isn't it true that Sirhan was never close enough

to Robert Kennedy to fire the fatal shot to his head that left powder burns even if RFK had

turned his head?.

#2 Jim Hackett II

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Posted 30 May 2014 - 02:17 PM

Ah moldy Moldea.


I wish I had a copy of the cartoon that fits his depiction of fabled events, in which Sirhan had a very much elongated arm to reach the rear of the Senator's head within 2 inches from 3 feet in front.

A silly putty elongation of an arm to be longer than a person is tall.

This junk is no remanufactured version of events by accident in my opinion.

His version does not fit the majority of the witness statements....

not even with a presumed head turn that can't shrink three feet minmum to two inches.

He had to ignore the autopsy report to scheme up his scenario I feel.

Lunges forward no witness described and all that junk....


No, Ma'am I cannot believe that junk, but I can believe he promotes impossible concepts in service to something other than truth.


He serves the researchers not working for truth by feeding the fodder to suit them, in effect making the struggle more difficult as we must overcome the deceptions of jerks like he, McDingbat, Smackman and the Tuliplandman.


Like Mr. Drago and others say it must be cognitive impairmant or worse. Worse being choosing a side opposite the evidence - opposite truth.

I would not engage any of them in even passing conversation,

I couldn't do as Ms. Lisa Pease did to thank the Enemy for starting the fire to know for one's self.

She deserves roses for that alone....and more.


and I tire of having to try to provide the antidote to those guys' deceptions to those not knowing the poison before partaking of the well.



Best to Ya Adele.


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Posted 30 May 2014 - 04:36 PM

Moldea must have been the designer of this 1970s action figure:



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