RFK Assassination: Tape Recording May Reveal 2nd Shooter !
Barry Artiste, Now Public Contributor
Certainly with the advent of modern technology, which in the 1960's was a futuristic dream may uncover hidden secrets in the only known taped recording of the RFK assassination.
Conspiracy theorists will certainly be listening and watching the internet for developing updates in this story.
MONTREAL -- With Robert Kennedy's speech finished, Gazette reporter Stash Pruszynski walked up to the podium in the crowded ballroom of the Ambassador Hotel to retrieve his tape recorder. It was just after midnight, June 5, 1968.
Walking 10 to 15 metres behind Kennedy, Pruszynski followed the U.S. presidential hopeful as he took a shortcut through the Los Angeles hotel's kitchen on the way to a news conference about his California Democratic primary victory that night.
Seconds later, a swarm of panic-stricken Kennedy supporters were rushing out of the kitchen. Pruszynski pushed his way in to see what had happened.
Lying on the ground, his eyes still open, blood leaking from the back of his head, lay Kennedy, Pruszynski recalled in an interview this week from Warsaw, Poland, where he now lives.
Kennedy had been shot. Less than 26 hours later, he would be dead.
Pruszynski didn't actually hear any shots.
But on Thursday's 40th anniversary of Kennedy being shot, new analyses of the recording he inadvertently made that night are raising questions about how many shots were fired, and how many assassins were lurking in the Ambassador Hotel kitchen.
Known as the Pruszynski Tape, it's the only known recording of the assassination.