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First 25 minutes: William Pepper may be America’s leading expert on domestic political assassinations. He is best known for winning a civil suit proving that high-level personnel of the US Army, CIA, and FBI conspired to murder Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.. (Listen to my interview William Pepper Solves the Murder of Martin Luther King, Jr. – the Government Did It, the Media’s Covering It Up.”)

In this interview we discuss William Pepper’s role as counsel for Sirhan Sirhan, the innocent Palestinian-American who was under hypnotic control at the scene of Robert Kennedy’s assassination, and who was falsely convicted of that murder.

In this interview William Pepper begins:

“I took on the Sirhan representation in 2007, would you believe, after reviewing the evidence against him that the state was putting forward, and finding out that, very clearly, he had a sham trial, and that the real evidence has never been aired. So we tried for many years to get an evidentiary hearing, at least, if not a new trial, and failed. We have exhausted all the remedies inside the United States. And over two years ago we submitted a petition to the inter-American Commission on Human Rights, which devolves from the Organization of American States treaty. It’s one of the few treaties that is still in effect, and binds the United States. So we’ve been trying to get a hearing with that commission, which if it was possible, and we could then put out all of the evidence that is now available, we would be in a position to go to the Inter-American Court and seek an actual full hearing. So that’s really where we are on the Sirhan-Kennedy case. You may not know, Kevin, that I was Bob Kennedy’s citizens chairman in 1964 when he ran for the Senate in New York state. I was his citizens chairman in Westchester County, New York, a heavily Republican county…”

Later in the interview William Pepper outlines the all-too-obvious, shockingly conclusive, officially-accepted ballistic evidence proving that Sirhan could not have been the actual assassin. He also explains why the mainstream media, and even most of the alternative media, refuses to report truthful information about domestic political assassinations.

William Pepper is a barrister in the United Kingdom and admitted to the bar in numerous jurisdictions in the United States of America. He is the author of three books on the assassination of Martin Luther King. He has acted as counsel for Robert F Kennedy’s accused murderer Sirhan Sirhan. His website is williampepper.com.

Final 35 minutes: UK-based radio host Richie Allen interviews me about “The Legal Lynching of a Truth-Seeker: Jim Fetzer’s Stalinist-Style Show Trial.”

(Republished from Truth Jihad by permission of author or representative)
 
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