Conspiracy theories are real. Deep politics is real.
The Kennedy's were not killed by CIA directive. They were killed by people who worked for the CIA and for reasons that weren't necessarily in the interests of the CIA itself but in the interests of those who did kill them who happened to work for the CIA and other agencies.
The Kennedy brothers were at the center of a circle of hate that was shared by numerous factions.
CIA militant/black ops types who "watched their good men die" at the Bay of Pigs.
Militant Anti-Castro Cubans who hated Kennedy for letting them be killed and captured at the Bay of Pigs.
Military Industrial Complex-types who didn't like Kennedy messing with their bread and butter war that was making them billions.
Right-wing hate groups who didn't like Kennedy's overtures toward the civil rights movement.
LBJ who didn't like the Kennedy's rich-boy attitudes.
Nixon who was still stinging from his election being stolen in Chicago.
Hoover who didn't want to be canned by the Kennedy's.
Then you had Dulles, Bissell and Cabel who didn't like being shitcanned by two young punks.
The MOB who wanted to be back in Cuba running the place and who really hated Bobby because his dad had promised to go easy on the mob if they helped swing that Chicago thing and he had then immediately started going after them harder than anyone had since Elliott Ness.
Right-wing fascists types who didn't like the way the country was starting to lean left and on a slippery slope to communism.
(And it is my opinion that the Secret Service guys who were protecting him were disgusted by A) his weakness for the broads and the way he treated Jackie and B) his rich-boy attittude. But that's just a hunch on my part.)
Now, you take all these people who hated Bobby and Jack and tell me they couldn't kill the Kennedy's? Conspiracies are real. Deep politics is real. This is all going on under the skin of America. It's not like they have to have memos spelling out where someone is going to stand and how Oswald and Sirhan are going to take the fall. They just do it.
These black ops types are taught to think independently within a scheme. They go off the reservation when they want to. Sure, if the CIA or somebody wants the president of Mugabi whacked, the military or somebody just goes and asks Joe if he wants to take the job. If someone wants the POTUS whacked, that's a whole 'nother can of worms. Even if "somebody" asks someone to whack the POTUS, not everyone is going to say yes no matter how willing they are to follow orders. That's going to have to require (or it would be easier if that) someone is personally hateful towards that target. Like a Frank Sturgis or a David Sanchez Morales. And with all these groups that hate Kennedy, these factions, they're not going to be able to put together a team (or cells) to do the job?
Common sense tells you a conspiracy is at work if you just look at all the things that happened. The only way to discount different aspects, say like Jack Ruby killing Oswald to save Jackie from having to testify (come on), is to compartmentalize all the events and explain them away. But all of it together? No way.
Jack Ruby worked for Nixon. Jack Ruby was mob. Jack Ruby was identified with Ferrie and Oswald. Jack Ruby was placed at Dealey Plaza by more than one witness. Jack Ruby behaved like a robot after he killed Oswald.
So, this is the one guy who gets into the garage with a gun and takes out Oswald (or perhaps he didn't, perhaps Oswald was shot in the ambulance on the way to Parkland. Reporters claim to have not seen any blood on Oswald before he got into the ambulance)?
So, when this new reporter (who according to some boards is nearly beyond reproach) thinks he knows who killed Bobby, I'm inclined to see what he has to say.
(PS. The whole RFK assassination is riddled with the same kind of bullshit that the JFK murder was. More bullet holes than Sirhan had bullets. Powder burns on RFK when Sirhan was in front of him and too far to burn. Evidence destroyed. The whole nine yards.)