Freeman Craig Presson wrote:
> On 19 Jul 99, at 11:32, O'Regan, Emlyn wrote:
> > [risk seeking behaviour]
> > > As for the assassinations, we might dip into the conspiracy theory
> > > waters a bit and speculate that John and Robert Kennedy took excessive
> > > risks at the level where real power is wielded behind the scenes. Maybe
> > > they crossed the wrong people, refused to go along with the system,
> > > tried bluffing people who were playing for keeps. Being President was
> > > not enough, it was necessary to raise the stakes even further.
> > > Eventually they pushed too hard and were eliminated, making it look like
> > > a deranged assassin. (This is more plausible in the case of John than
> > > Robert, of course.)
> > >
> Robert had his share of domestic enemies from his tenure as AG under John.
> I'm not up on the latest theories of who backed Sirhan Sirhan, though.
Sirhan Sirhan still will not explain why he killed RFK. This does tend to imply that he did it under some type of compulsion, perhaps mind control, unless he was wacked from the start.