VOICE OF DISSENT
In the early morning hours of June 5, 1968, moments after winning the California presidential primary, Senator Robert F. Kennedy was gunned down in the kitchen pantry of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. His assailant, a young Palestinian immigrant by the name of Sirhan Sirhan, was arrested at the scene. But for decades since that night, rumors of a conspiracy and cover-up in the assassination have persisted. Through previously suppressed and never-before-seen video, photographs, and documents from the LAPD's own investigation, this film delves into the most explosive allegation of all: that members of the Los Angeles Police Department may have facilitated the assassination.
Written and Directed by
A FINNGATE PICTURES RELEASE
"DISTURBING... Cogently argues for
a reopening of the case."
Kenneth Turan, The Los Angeles Times