Many readers may have already seen my posts and essays on the murder of Robert Kennedy. If so, you are familiar with my view that there is absolutely no doubt that there was a conspiracy involved with his death. My conclusion comes from a considerable amount of time spent not only with the research of others but my own time in the LAPD and FBI files as well a other original materials in key archives. It includes issues ranging from the weaknesses in the LAPD investigation to the evidence for far too many shots to be from a single gun. Once you get through all that, and become deeply familiar with the evidence, the witnesses and the chronology of events, you know there was conspiracy in play. At that point, matters begin to hinge around a number of key witnesses to other parties than Sirhan – and the importance of the Polka Dot Dress girl. Over the last few years Stu Wexler and I have spent a fair amount of time on a search for that young women and continue to pursue confirmation of our identification.
Stu and I had the opportunity to talk with Chuck Ochelli about all this last week for some two hours. That conversation would be a good introduction for anyone not familiar with the subject. We hope to continue the discussion this week, with particular attention to the girl and her two young male companions.
If you are new to the subject or want a refresher, you might want to check out the recent interview: