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[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...

[BONUS] Live in Brooklyn

Last week, Zac and Bill sat down in front of a live audience at The Bell House in Brooklyn. The show featured a heated debate between Bill and special guest Dan Moldea, plus musical performances by Rosaleen Eastman....

[8] I Wanted to Solve This F*cking Murder

Journalist Dan Moldea begins a quest to find evidence of a second gun in the pantry of the Ambassador Hotel…by talking to the cops who were there that night.  ...

[7] He Didn’t Think He Was Bulletproof

Zac sets out on his own to talk with former aides to Senator Robert F. Kennedy about what that 1968 campaign was like, and what they believe happened the night of the California primary.  ...

[6] The Manchurian Candidate

To prepare for Sirhan Sirhan’s 2011 parole hearing, his current legal team brings in an expert to investigate whether or not Sirhan was hypno-programmed to shoot Senator Robert F. Kennedy....

[5] The Girl in the Polka Dot Dress

Just after Robert F. Kennedy was shot, a young campaign worker named Sandra Serrano went on live TV at the Ambassador Hotel and told the world that she had seen a suspicious woman in a polka dot dress. What happens when the police are co...

[4] Reach for Your Gun, Sirhan

As Sirhan Sirhan’s trial approaches, a prosecution psychiatrist named Dr. Seymour Pollack tries to get answers to the question at the heart of the Robert F. Kennedy case: was Sirhan a calculating political assassin? Or does he really...

[3] You Do Not Destroy Evidence!

As Allard K. Lowenstein continues his investigation into Senator Robert F. Kennedy's murder, he enlists the help of Paul Schrade, one of the surviving shooting victims in the case. Together, they force a reexamination of the evidence...

[2] My God, the Cosmos Shook

Allard K. Lowenstein encourages Senator Robert F. Kennedy to run for president but ends up wheeling him into the morgue. Years later, when he picks up the autopsy report, Lowenstein is stunned at what he finds. Through intimate private...

[1] June 5, 1968

Fifty years ago, Senator Robert F. Kennedy was shot in the kitchen pantry of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, moments after winning the California Democratic primary....

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Fifty years after the assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy, questions about the crime still linger. ​The RFK Tapes​ will explore the case through rare recordings and new interviews to try to understand what really happened on...