Sirhan Sirhan

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"“Lone nut”"
Person.png Sirhan Sirhan  Rdf-icon.png
(Patsy)
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BornSirhan Bishara Sirhan
19 March 1944
Jerusalem, Mandatory Palestine
Criminal charge
Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy
Criminal status
Incarcerated at Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego County, California
Victim ofmind control
Supposed perpetrator ofRFK/Assassination
A patsy who was very likely MK-ultra'ed to assassinate Robert Kennedy.

Sirhan Sirhan made a confession to the RFK Assassination but later stated that he has no recollection of it.[citation needed]

MK-Ultra

Sirhan Sirhan is believed to have been a subject of the CIA's MKULTRA programme, with the intention of turning him into a "Manchurian Candidate"/patsy in the RFK assassination.

A video by James Corbett

Denials of parole

2011

Lawyer William Pepper reports that for three years prior to his parole hearing in 2011, Dr. Daniel Brown of Harvard Medical School spent over 60 hours with Sirhan. He concluded that Sirhan's amnesia for events before and during the shooting was real and that had been mind-controlled through chemicals and hypnosis for 2 weeks, for the purpose of being a patsy.[1] His findings were ignored by the parole board, who reportedly saw the gaps in Sirhan’s memory as a cynical ruse to minimise his responsibility for his crime.

2016

In 2016, what WhoWhatWhy referred to as the "twisted logic" of the parole hearing denied Sirhan, than aged 72, any parole, since it alleged that he “continues to pose an unreasonable risk of danger to society or a threat to public safety and is therefore not suitable for parole.”[2]

Paul Schrade, who was shot by Sirhan Sirhan, was campaigning for him to be released.[3]

19 March 1944| 

Event Witnessed

EventLocation(s)Description
RFK/AssassinationUS
Ambassador Hotel
Los Angeles
California
The assassination of Robert Kennedy, who had resolved to bring to track down and prosecute the killers of him brother, JFK, once he had himself become president.


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