RFK Assassin Silenced In Prison Murder Plot

Sirhan Sirhan stabbed before he could finally tell all.

Angry Sirhan B. Sirhan in 2016, Black and White Sirhan Being Held in 1968, RobEt F. Kennedy in 1965
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Robert F. Kennedy’s convicted assassin narrowly survived a bungled prison assassination aimed at silencing his pleas of innocence!

The National ENQUIRER has learned Sirhan Sirhan was stabbed in the neck on orders from ex-government operatives sworn to uphold a cover-up that would prove the 75-year-old inmate did not kill RFK!

“It makes perfect sense that the intelligence community could be behind Sirhan’s stabbing!” California-based private investigator Paul Huebl told The ENQUIRER.

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“I always thought there was a possibility the killings of President John F. Kennedy and his brother Robert were connected through the intelligence communities.” Huebl and others believe spy masters feared that if RFK was elected president, he’d gain access to top-secret files on JFK’s assassination.

That could have exposed the CIA and FBI’s involvement, including letting second shooter, Cuban-born Gilberto Policarpo Lopez, slip out of the country, as reported by The ENQUIRER.

Sirhan was convicted of pumping bullets into RFK from just a few feet away as the presidential candidate left the crowded pantry area of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles just after midnight on June 5, 1968.

Robert F. Kennedy after being shot in Los Angeles, June 5, 1968

Robert F. Kennedy after being shot in Los Angeles, June 5, 1968. Photo: Shutterstock

But Sirhan’s lawyers have claimed the CIA brainwashed him into becoming an “involuntary participant” in the assassination, according to documents filed in federal court.

Supporting his claim, Huebl said secret government tests conducted in the 1960s were “massive drug experiments on people to encourage them into doing things they didn’t want to do.”

Sirhan maintains he was hypnotized by government agents to carry out the assassination — and evidence points to a second shooter firing the kill shot and setting Sirhan up as a patsy!

Sirhan Bishara Sirhan, right, accused assassin of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, is seen with his attorney Russell E. Parsons, June 1968

Sirhan Bishara Sirhan, right, accused assassin of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, is seen with his attorney Russell E. Parsons, June 1968. Photo: Shutterstock

Dozens of eyewitnesses claim to have spotted a “girl in a polka dot dress” fleeing the scene moments after RFK was gunned down.

She was later identified as Patricia “Elayn” Neal — whose ex-husband Jerry Capehart admitted to working on CIA “mind control experiments.”

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At a 2011 parole hearing, Sirhan insisted he met “the polka dot girl,” who died in 2012, shortly before the assassination and fixed coffee for her in a hotel pantry area — giving her the opportunity to slip a mind-control drug into a drink!

The official autopsy report concluded RFK was shot from behind at point-blank range — even though Sirhan was in front of him.

Sirhan’s .22-caliber revolver held only eight rounds, but witnesses reported hearing at least 13 shots and there were four bullet holes in a wall and a doorframe in front of Sirhan.

Gun used to shoot RFK

On June 6, 1968 an officer presents the handgun, a .22 caliber Iver Johnson Cadet revolver, with which Senator Robert Kennedy was shot in the Ambassador hotel in Los Angeles, CA. Photo: Shutterstock

According to the book The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, a total of 25 witnesses saw a woman in a polka dot dress and 13 saw her with Sirhan.

Shortly after the shooting, she was seen running away — and completely disappeared!

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. met with Sirhan in 2017 and came away convinced of his innocence.

“Sirhan could not and did not fire the gun that shot and killed my father,” he declared.