Saturday, March 01, 2008

In 2003 The Convicted Murderer Of Robert F. Kennedy, Sirhan Sirhan Demanded A New Trial Based On His Belief That He's A CIA Mind Control Target

Could the CIA have used Sirhan Sirhan as a Manchurian Candidate in which to murder RFK? They certainly could have and probably did, given US Intel's inherent fear of three of the Kennedy brothers: JFK, RFK and Ted Kennedy. Both JFK and RFK were strong willed and dedicated to their convictions; something which terrified the CIA; an agency which the late JFK himself threatened to abolish for betraying him in regard to the Cuban Bay Of Pigs situation.

JFK would be the last US President who actually made real decisions and not those dictated by an invisible hand within the shadow government of this country. The CIA saw his brother RFK as a similar threat to the covert powers that be and understood that for this reason he also had to be eliminated.

Murdering Ted Kennedy would have been just too coincidental, so the CIA needed to find other means in which to destroy his political career. Enter Chappaquiddick and another CIA victim by the name of Mary Jo Kopechne -- a sacrificial lamb whom the CIA used in its efforts to destroy the young Kennedy's political career. While this scandal did not completely end Ted Kennedy's political career, it did keep him from ever becoming a viable choice for the White House; something he most certainly was before the CIA engineered the murder of Mary Jo Kopechne on the Chappaquiddick River Bridge.

Like Kopechne, Sirhan Sirhan was more than likely just a pawn for the CIA -- if he did in fact actually even shoot RFK in the first place. It is possible that a CIA shooter committed the murder, while leaving Sirhan Sirhan (gun in hand) to take the fall, much as the CIA left Lee Harvey Oswald to take the fall for its murder of JFK, and Ted Kennedy to take the fall in the CIA's covert murder of Mary Jo Kopechne.

A target of the Bush Administration (and Bush's father, George H.W Bush) by the name of Charles Schlund has claimed to have seen documentation which proves that the CIA was responsible for the murder of Mary Jo Kopechne, a former secretary for the late Attorney General Robert Kennedy.

Schlund has claimed that these documents are evidence that the CIA drugged both Ted Kennedy and Mary Jo Kopechne while they were attending a party at Lawrence Cottage, and that Kennedy was far too incoherent to have even started his car, much less driven it. Schlund goes on to say that even before the CIA got his car to the Chappaquiddick River Bridge, Kennedy was removed from the vehicle before it was driven off the bridge with Kopechne remaining inside, and having been placed in the back seat of the vehicle.

It would appear that many of the statements which Kennedy himself had made in regard to this incident are conflicting, since the CIA's drugging of his person had greatly affected his own sensibilities at the time. When he finally became coherent enough to realize that Mary Jo Kopechne was dead, he began to react as any desperate person would; especially given his lack of memory in regard to what had happened. There is little question that in his own confusion he fabricated much of his own account of what happened based on how he logically perceived the situation to have unfolded.

His following statement can be seen to reflect this confusion:

"The car turned over and sank into the water and landed with the roof resting on the bottom. I attempted to open the door and the window of the car but have no recollection of how I got out of the car. I came to the surface and then repeatedly dove down to the car in an attempt to see if the passenger was still in the car. I was unsuccessful in the attempt. I was exhausted and in a state of shock."

There was also the following comment in regard to the funeral director's finding that blood had been found on the skirt of Mary Jo Kopechne, and that she had been bleeding from the nose and mouth. The funeral director suspected that foul play had taken place in Kopechne's death.

"District Attorney Edmund Dinis filed for and was granted a hearing on his petition for the exhumation of Kopechne’s body based on his testimony before a Pennsylvania court that blood was found on Kopechne’s skirt and in her mouth and nose. Prior to Dinis' claim, there was no mention of the presence of blood on the body or clothing of Kopechne. The reported discovery was made when her clothes were turned over to authorities by the funeral director. Dinis alleged foul play; however, there was little evidence to corroborate such a claim."

*Stranger still is that Kopechne's own parents requested that no autopsy be conducted on their daughter. They would later be given a cash payout from Ted Kennedy of $90,000 and $50,000 from his insurance company.
While this money may not seem like much by todays standards consider that this payout occured nearly forty years ago, and has a present day value of more than $800,000. Were Mary Jo's parents paid off to keep silent? And possibly even threatened to do so?

Moreover, could Kopeche have suffered a brain hemorrhage from ingesting poison, which could have caused the bleeding from her mouth and nose? In Charles Schlund's report he found evidence in which it appears that Ted Kennedy had been injected with an "antidote" by CIA operatives during the early morning hours of the Chappaquiddick incident. Why inject Kennedy with an antidote unless he had been poisoned? If the information that Schlund has furnished us with is true, then it is conceivable that a lethal toxin unwittingly ingested through a beverage such as alcohol, could have resulted in the poisonings of both Ted Kennedy and Mary Jo Kopechne, as well as Kopechne's death. And if this is the case, she may have been dead before Kennedy's car ever entered the water, and that drowning was seen by CIA operatives as a plausible means in which to explain the death of a women who they had covertly poisoned to death.

Schlund also commented that Kennedy's Oldsmobile did not sink beneath the water as the CIA had planned, so they were forced to tie some rope around the chassis and reposition it so that the car would eventually sink. He mentions that one of the doors to the vehicle was opened in order to fill the car with water so that it would sink faster.

Meanwhile, Kennedy was left sitting by the side of the road completely dazed from the drugging, as the CIA watched from a distance to ensure that their plan continued to unfold as it had been designed to. According to Schlund, even the local constable was used in the CIA's plan, and had closed off the road to the Chappaquiddick River Bridge to ensure that these operatives were not disturbed while perpetrating this crime against Kopechne and Kennedy.

Read the article in regard to Sirhan Sirhan at Rumormill News:

See another article here in which mind control target and CIA torture victim Charles Schlund describes the contents of a document which he read (a very large number of documents came into his possession in the 1970's -- which he collectively refers to as the "Don Bolles Papers" in memory of the late journalist who was murdered -- documents which chronicle abjectly treasonous activities by the CIA, under the Rockefeller and Bush families).

See the article here:

See Schlund's lawsuit against George W. Bush at the following link. Like John Akwei's lawsuit against the NSA it will never be heard, because this information would then be entered as evidence in a legal court proceeding, and serve as further documentation of the rampant criminality which is taking place within the US Federal Government.
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