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Sirhan Sirhan Is Innocent!

by charles amsellem Friday, Dec. 12, 2003 at 3:53 AM
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Reporting on a recent speech by Sirhan Sirhan Lawyer, Lawrence Teeter, in Los Angeles.

Sirhan Sirhan Is Inn...
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Sirhan Sirhan Is An Innocent Man

by charles amsellem.

Lawrence Teeter, Sirhan's lawyer, is trying
to get the word out that an innocent victim of a
government plot has been in jail for more than
three and a half decades.

The gathering at the Unitarian Universalist Society on Tuesday evening, December 9th, was the latest attempt by Sirhan Sirhan lawyer, Lawrence Teeter, to call public attention to the enormous evidence that his client is an innocent man. The following is a partial list of the facts that support the claim that Sirhan Sirhan was a victim of a government plot to kill Robert Kennedy. This was accomplished, in part, by making Sirhan into a subject of a mind control program; A true Manchurian Candidate that was used to halt Kennedy's stance on the issues of his day. A stance that was popular with the public and included his actively campaigning to end the Vietnam War:
  • Grant Cooper, Sirhan's first attorney, conceded to Sirhan's guilt. He didn't use the prodigious forensic evidence or witness testimony
    that would have cleared Sirhan (discussed in more detail below). He
    announced he was ready for trial after only 30 days, which Teeter
    describes as "preposterous" for any lawyer genuinely concerned with
    protecting his client's interests in a case that would result in the
    death penalty if his defense was inadequate.
  • His defense was inadequate. Several prominent Hollywood lawyers were compromised
    in an entrapment effort involving stolen federal grand jury transcripts, including
    Cooper. The press and prosecutors made a big deal out of it, and Cooper was thus
    leveraged to cooperate with the prosecution, in exchange for leniency, while other
    prominent Los Angeles attorneys would be complicit or remain silent
  • Los Angeles County Coroner Thomas Noguchi proved that the bullets hit RFK
    from behind him and at an upward angle. The first shot was the fatal one and
    was fired at just three inches away from the back of his head. All witnesses confirm
    that Sirhan was in front of Kennedy at all times, and was firing at a horizontal trajectory.
    The witnesses claim Sirhan was approximately three feet in front of the Senator
    at their nearest proximity.
  • True prime suspect, Thane Eugene Cesar, acting as a security guard, admits
    that he was behind Kennedy kneeling with his gun drawn. Cesar's gun was not
    examined by the LAPD to determine if it had been fired that day.
  • Cesar was a supporter of segregationist Governor George Wallace, foresaw a
    racist civil war, and despised the Kennedys. He was an employee of Lockheed
    which would gain lucrative military contracts if the Vietnam War would continue.
  • The LAPD cooperated with the conspiracy by incinerating 2410 photographs taken
    of the murder scene. They also destroyed other physical evidence that together
    would prove that there were a minimum of ten shots fired in the pantry on June
    5th, 1968 (the day of the assassination after the Senator's victory at the
    California Presidential Primary). There were only eight bullets in Sirhan's gun.
  • Sirhan was a remarkably good subject for hypnosis. His examiners were unanimous
    in the claim that he was subjected to previous programming. They were unable to
    unlock the hypno-psychological mechanisms that concealed what happened on the day
    of the assassination. To this day, Sirhan claims that a girl said to him, "Could
    you pour me a cup of coffee with a lot of cream and a lot of sugar?" The next
    thing he remembers is being strangled in the Ambassador Hotel pantry where RFK
    lay dying from gunshot wounds.
The assassination of Robert Kennedy and subsequent go ahead for the war in Vietnam was relegated to an act of arab extremism. Does that theme sound familiar to anyone? Teeter has been stonewalled all the way up to the Supreme Court in his efforts to exhonerate Sirhan and get him a new federal trial. His current efforts are directed towards getting Sirhan a new trial in California courts. For more information on Sirhan Sirhan and the events associated with the assassination of Senator Robert Francis Kennedy, link to the following interactive expose.
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mind control? more rational Sunday, Dec. 14, 2003 at 9:33 PM
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