Juan Romero Visits Palo Alto High School (Photo by Zoe Greene/PalyVoice)
Juan Romero and Teacher David Rapaport speak during March 27th visit to Palo Alto High School (photo by Zoe Greene/PalyVoice)
WHAT DO WITNESSES TO THE ASSASSINATION HAVE TO SAY?
There are still significant questions
surrounding Robert Kennedy's death. The autopsy by Dr. Thomas Noguchi clearly shows the fatal wound coming from behind
him and from a distance of no more than 1-1.5 inches. Dr. Noguchi has also substantiated this point in a personal interview
conducted by telephone. Questions were asked about the conflicting witness accounts and forensic evidence, particularly
to the point that the witnesses do not put Sirhan behind RFK. Why is the official version that Sirhan fired the fatal
shot if he can be shown to have been standing in front of RFK?
|Did Thane Eugene Cesar Actually Shoot RFK?
On March 27, 2012, a symposium was put together to examine the assassination of Robert Kennedy in a new light.
a 17 year old busboy working at the Ambassador Hotel, Juan Romero witnessed the assassination
of Senator Robert Kennedy, coming to the aid of the fallen Senator as bullets were flying around the pantry. He was
immortalized in a famous photograph taken by LA Times photographer Boris Yaro. On this March afternoon, when he visited
Palo Alto High School, Mr. Romero made his first appearance at a school to discuss the events of June 5, 1968. Teacher
David Rapaport interviewed Mr. Romero who was accompanied by Rigo Chacon, former ABC reporter and friend. Mr. Chacon
recently accompanied Mr. Romero to Arlington Cemetery on what would have been Senator Kennedy's 85th birthday to come face
to face with the memory of that day in a most powerful way. An LA Times reporter, Steve Lopez, has published a number of incredible
follow up articles including photographs taken at the graveside which are quite moving indeed. These were shown as a backdrop
to remarks made by Mr. Romero. A filmed piece by Mr. Chacon on the 25th anniversary of RFK's death was played as an
introduction. This piece, provided courtesy of Mr. Chacon, presented a good backdrop for what Mr. Romero went through
for those who had not yet familiar with the details of that day. Also shot that June evening in 1968 was Paul
Schrade of the United Auto Workers, a labor union director of RFK's campaign in California. Mr. Schrade was connected
via telephone to Mr. Romero at this event and the two interacted and spoke about the moment RFK was gunned down. It
is an incredible and historic few minutes to hear them re-unite and interact, especially as Mr. Schrade takes a few minutes
to share his own ideas about what happened that day, which are extremely important to adjusting the historical record, something
he deeply believes is inaccurate. Mr. Romero's courage under fire is something worth attention and recognition.
Below you will find FBI files and LAPD files on the RFK assassination.
Below for a fascinating interview by Boris Yaro, the man who took the picture below.
Click Here for article referenced during Juan Romero's Visit. It was written by LA Times reporter Steve Lopez and shows Romero
visiting RFK's grave on what would have been his 85th birthday.
Boris Yaro Interview March 30, 2012, courtesy of PPAGLA
4 Page Summary of FBI Documents
#1RFK LA District Attorney Report Part 1
#2RFK LA District Attorney Report Part2
#3RFK Files 001-250
#4RFK Files 251-500
#5RFK Files 501-750
#6RFK Files 751-950
#7RFK Files 951-1200
#8RFK Files 1201-1450
#9RFK Files 1451-1700
#10RFK Files 1701-1875
#11RFK Files 1876-2025
#12RFK Files 2026-2275
#13RFK Files 2276-2575
#14RFK Files 2576-2725
#15RFK Files 2726-2850
#16RFK Files 2851-3001
#17RFK Files 3002-3095
#18RFK Files 3096-3216
#19RFK Files 3216-3231
#20RFK Files 3232-3335
RFK Assassination Various Witness Reports
RFK Witness Reports Vol 2 (Polka-Dot Dress)
FBI Evidence-Audio Recordings Dismissed
Amazing FBI Official Narrative Of Assassination COMPOSED WHILE RFK WAS STILL ALIVE
List of FBI Evidence Taken From Scene
418 Pages of Newspaper and Media Clippings
More RFK Newspaper Coverage In Aftermath of Shooting
Media Reports On Sirhan's Trial
Juan Romero participates in LAPD reconstruction. How close to stand-in does the gun get? Does
it get to within several inches behind the right ear, as Coroner Thomas Noguchi stated?
IN THE AFTERMATH OF INTERVIEWING JUAN ROMERO
Questions That Remain in Uncovering The
Facts Surrounding The Assassination of RFK
- What do you think of Mr. Romero's role in the events of June 5th, 1968?
- What do you think of Paul
Schrade's main argument?
- What do you think of Mr. Romero's responses to the questions being asked during the interview?
is there little to no effort to investigate the role of Thane Eugene Cesar in the killing?
- How can the
circumstances surrounding Thane Eugene Cesar's involvement in the killing be ignored?
- How can a discrepancy
between the autopsy and the official LAPD version of events be allowed to persist?
- Will the historical
paradigm be changed so that the evidence surrounding RFK's death might be re-examined?
- Because it is
clear Sirhan fired a gun during commission of a murder, he will not go free even if found not to have killed RFK. Do
you believe the argument that this is not an effort to free Sirhan, but to reveal evidence?
there witnesses that put Sirhan's hand 1-2 inches from RFK's head? Powder burns reveal the shot fired from point blank
range as the cause of death. What evidence shows Sirhan did the killing?