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From the creators of ​Crimetown​ and Cadence13, this is ​The RFK Tapesan audio documentary series that takes a new look at the 1968 assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. For the past fifty years, authorities have claimed that the case was open and shut. Sirhan Sirhan was captured at the scene, gun in hand. He admitted to the crime and is serving a life sentence. But some say there’s evidence of a larger conspiracy.

 

Latest Episodes

  • [BONUS] That's Not the Girl You Described

    On the night of Robert F. Kennedy’s assassination, waiter Vincent DiPierro told police that he saw a girl in a polka dot dress standing with Sirhan in the pantry of the Ambassador Hotel. Bill and Zac pay him a visit and hear an unbelievable story.

  • [BONUS] Follow the Lies

    Bill takes the reins as he goes through some of the additional evidence that convinced him a second gun was firing the night Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated.

  • [BONUS] He Was Irreplaceable

    A collection of the best Robert F. Kennedy stories and speeches that didn't make it into the show, featuring speechwriter Adam Walinsky, special assistant William vanden Heuvel and campaign coordinator Steve Isenberg.

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From the Emmy and Peabody Award-Winning Creators of Crimetown and The Jinx 

Marc Smerling and Zac Stuart-Pontier


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The Hosts

  • Zac Stuart-Pontier is a journalist and filmmaker. He was the editor, co-producer and writer of the Emmy– and Peabody Award–winning HBO documentary series The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst. He also edited the feature films Martha Marcy May Marlene, Catfish (the documentary) and Bleed for This.

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  • William Klaber has researched the RFK case since 1990. He is coauthor of Shadow Play: The Unsolved Murder of Robert Kennedy. His novel, The Rebellion of Miss Lucy Ann Lobdell, was published in 2015 by St. Martin’s Press and called “brilliant” by the New York Times. 



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