[BONUS] The Trial of Scott Enyart


On the night of Robert Kennedy’s murder, a young photographer named Scott Enyart had his film confiscated by the LAPD. More than twenty years later, Enyart sues the city, claiming his missing photographs could have been the only known pictures of the assassination.
Episode Extras

Unsolved Mysteries

Scott Enyart appears on an episode of Spike TV's "Unsolved Mysteries."

LAPD Prints

Ted Charach shows the prints Enyart received from the LAPD in his documentary, The Second Gun.

“I feel like some are missing.”

Ted Charach interviews Scott Enyart outside of the Ambassador Hotel for The Second Gun.

Letter from the archives

The letter Scott Enyart received from the California State Archives stating that his photographs were among the evidence destroyed by the LAPD.

Standing on the steam table

The photo presented at trial that Enyart claimed showed him standing on the steam table of the pantry at the Ambassador.

Benson’s perspective

A photo taken by Harry Benson in the pantry of the Ambassador Hotel after Kennedy is shot. Bill Eppridge can be seen in the back left corner, taking the shot shown at trial. (Express Newspapers via AP Images)

Episode Credits

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

This episode was produced by Jesse Rudoy, Bill Klaber, and Ula Kulpa.
Our senior producer is Austin Mitchell.
Editing by Marc Smerling.
Production assistance by Kevin Shepherd. This episode was mixed and sound designed by Sam Bair.
Music by Kenny Kusiak. Additional music by John Kusiak.
Our title track is Maria Tambien by Khruangbin. Our credit track this week is Photograph by Elephant Stone.
Music supervision by Josh Kessler and Dylan Bostick at Heavy Duty Projects.

Archival footage courtesy of the California State Archives.
Archival research by Brennan Rees.

Our website is designed by Curt Courtenay.

Thanks to Jean Klaber, Emily Wiedemann, Greencard Pictures, Alessandro Santoro, and the team at Cadence 13.

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