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Frank Mankiewicz's wry take on Hollywood and Washington
By Ray Locker , USA TODAY 2:02 p.m. EST
March 6, 2016
(1924 – 2014),
the death of RFK
(1926 – 2015) Congressman, Senator, Secretary of HHS
Schweiker was part of the
in the Medical Research Archives
His paper is on the saga of the largest "Metallic Fragment"
JFK's Head Wounds:
(Mantik 2015) (Kindle)
In the Eye of History:
(Law 2004 (revised))
A new look at the enigma of the "Backyard Photographs"
, by Jeff Carter
The Evidence IS the Conspiracy: Part 1: The Klein’s Rifle
, by David Josephs
Appendix A: Money Order Timeline:
, by David Josephs
Nixon vs. Kennedy: Iran and Vietnam, Part 1
, by Jim
Speaking of Frank Mankiewicz...
Tuesday, June 08, 2004
'The girl in the polka dot dress'
an interesting web site speculating on the identity of the assassins of
Robert Kennedy, particularly the identity of the infamous 'girl in the
polka dot dress':
"This website argues that Sirhan's handler was
Kathy Ainsworth, a 26yo KKK terrorist from Jackson, Mississippi. If she
was, her involvement points to her boyfriend, 21yo Thomas A. Tarrants
III, as the Caucasian man seen firing three shots into Robert Kennedy by
Don Schulman. The other persons involved in the assassination were a
hypnotized Sirhan Sirhan, Sirhan double Michael Wayne, Gabor Kadar,
Thane Eugene Cesare, as well as a possible traitor within the Kennedy
. The assassination was a joint FBI/ADL operation.
The two organizations co-operated again a few weeks later when they
arranged for the execution of two of the principals involved in the
successful operation to purge America of its last great progressive
politician. The country has been on a downward slide to militarism and
irrationality ever since."
The LAPD did everything it possibly
could to bury the story of the girl in the polka dot dress, up to and
including intimidating the most important witness during a fake
polygraph exam. The LAPD's actions in supressing the existence of an
important suspect/witness, identified in one of the earliest reports of
the arrest of Sirhan Sirhan, proves both the importance of the girl and
the fact that her existence was officially embarrassing. According to
the web site, Tarrants is still alive...
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