After 44 years, a witness has come forward to say that Sirhan Sirhan was not the only gunmen who shot down Robert F. Kennedy in that Los Angeles hotel back in 1968. Other witnesses also confirm that there were more than eight shots fired, contrary to the official report. In that case, a lone gunman could not possibly have been responsible for the assassination.
In other news, S&P has downgraded the bonds of eleven Spanish banks. The banks’ debt is even more risky now that as Spain has re-entered a recession. Up to 60% of the banks’ assets are allegedly tied up in dodgy real estate.
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