Where the hell were you guys? Couldn't get anyone interested a couple of months ago.
It is also not five parts, but six. www.freedocumentaries.org
This non-fiction story rivals the fictional Saw flicks for "twist" endings. This one has a doozy, the last piece of info made my jaw drop.
I want to know who the girl in the polka-dot dress was, who the guy with her was and what they were doing with Sirhan Sirhan. Since there is no way he
could have done it and the girl claimed "We killed Kennedy" then what the hell is her deal? I feel for the poor girl that ran into her. Getting
interrogated like a suspect and making her change her story was sickening.
Beware - the beginning of part 6 has bad, bad photos of lynchings and videos of the civil rights battles in the 60's. It's there to set up the
political and social landscape of the decade and the speeches of MLK leading up to his assassination. I was watching this part just the other day and
it's very brutal.
One piece I found quite interesting was in part one. Before JFK gets shot the announcer starts telling the story of how McKinley was shot. It even
mentions it on the screen that the guy is reading. I don't know if he's reading a script but it sure sounds like it because it makes no sense for
him to go on a diatribe about how McKinley ignored his advice and got himself killed. They are telling you, right there, what is going to happen that
day. Blame it on JFK because he rode with the top down, or rather plant the seed of thought before the event happens.
They fooled us all with Jonestown - part five. Four hundred dead, OOPS, sorry, no, it's nine hundred. Yeah, sure, they couldn't count properly
because they were hidden. I'm not buying that. Notice how the term "drinking the kool-aid" came from that incident yet most were either shot in the
head or forcibly injected with poison. They didn't drink their deaths, they were terrorized then murdered.
LHO, Sirhan Sirhan and James Earl Ray were patsies. There's no doubt in my mind after watching this doc. Ruby obviously knew way more than he ever
told, judging from his comments in the video.
I can't wait to hear what you guys think of the last piece of evidence. Keyser Soze would have been proud. It's worth the ten hours it takes to get