[9] Here’s Where You and I Part Ways

Investigative journalist Dan Moldea finds the man he believes assassinated Robert F. Kennedy.  
Episode Extras

A glowing review

Dan Moldea's book, The Killing of Robert F. Kennedy, is reviewed in the New York Times in 1995.

Corcoran State Prison

The maximum security facility where Dan Moldea and Bill Klaber met Sirhan Sirhan.

Troubling evidence

The letter Sirhan Sirhan wrote to his former lawyer, in which he threatens Robert Blair Kaiser.

Making his case

Sirhan Sirhan at a parole board hearing at Corcoran State Prison on June 18, 1997. (AP)

Witness statement

The FBI's witness statement, taken after interviewing Cesar in the week after Robert Kennedy's assassination.

Thane Eugene Cesar

One of few available photographs of Thane Eugene Cesar, likely taken the night of Robert F. Kennedy's assassination.

Episode Credits

Crimetown is me, Zac Stuart-Pontier and Marc Smerling.
The RFK Tapes is made in partnership with Cadence 13.

The show is produced by Jesse Rudoy, Bill Klaber, Ula Kulpa, and Max Miller.
Austin Mitchell is our senior producer. Editing by Marc Smerling. Fact checking by Jennifer Blackman.

This episode was mixed, sound designed and scored by Kenny Kusiak. Additional music by John Kusiak. Our title track is Maria Tambien by Khruangbin. Our credit track this week is The Feast by Katie Kim.
Music supervision by Josh Kessler and Dylan Bostick at Heavy Duty Projects.

Production assistance by Kevin Shepherd. Our website is designed by Curt Courtenay.
Recording help from Sean Cherry, Shelby Royston, Marc Sterne and the crew at Tony Kornheiser’s Chatter studio.

Archival footage courtesy of Dan Moldea, the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, and the California State Archives. Archival research by Brennan Rees.

Thanks to Emily Wiedemann, Greencard Pictures, Alessandro Santoro, Ryan Murdock, Judith Farrar, Elizabeth Benham, and the team at Cadence 13.

For more information on the Robert Kennedy murder, pick up a copy of Bill’s book, Shadow Play or Dan’s book, The Killing of Robert F. Kennedy.

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