In an interview with Sean Hannity, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. claimed that the CIA was involved in assassinating his uncle, President John F. Kennedy, citing overwhelming evidence and confessions of people involved in the plot. Kennedy also discussed the Warren Commission's cover-up, Alan Dulles' involvement, and the fact that Congress later found it was a conspiracy involving multiple people, with most believing the CIA was behind it.
ALL-IN PODCAST: Do you believe they murdered or were involved in the murder of your uncle? What have you come to personally?
ROBERT F. KENNEDY Jr: Yes, they were definitely involved in the murder. And the 60-year cover-up, they're still not releasing the papers that, legally they have to release. But I don't think there's any doubt. If you look at this huge, monumental mountain of evidence and confessions, and so many people have confessed to their involvement.
SEAN HANNITY: Robert Kennedy Jr. Joins us now. Great to have you back, sir. How are you?
ROBERT F. KENNEDY Jr: How are you, Sean? Good to be back.
SEAN HANNITY: Okay. You said the evidence is overwhelming and beyond any reasonable doubt that the CIA was involved in the killing of your uncle, a US. President. What is the evidence?
ROBERT F. KENNEDY Jr: Well, there's millions of pages of documents of CIA documents, of transcripts of conversations from the Cuban Embassy in Mexico City to summarize the evidence. As I said in that podcast, there are confessions.
People who were directly involved in the plot, who were involved in the planning of the plot, who were peripheral to the plot. There's a 60-year cover-up. The Warren Commission was run by Alan Dulles, who was the head of the CIA, who my uncle fired, and then insinuated himself onto the Warren Commission and essentially ran the Warren Commission and kept evidence from the Warren Commissioners.
Either way, when Congress, ten years later, investigated the crime with much more evidence than the Warren Commission had at its disposal, congress found that, yeah, it was a plot, it was a conspiracy.
There were multiple people involved, and most of the people in that investigation believed that it was the CIA that was behind it because the evidence was so overwhelming to them.
SEAN HANNITY: The magic bullet never made any sense to me, I'll tell you that.
ROBERT F. KENNEDY Jr: Well, none of it made any I mean, Jack Ruby, even when I was a little boy, Sean, I was in the White House. My uncle was laying at rest in the East Room being waked, and I was standing in the main floor of the White House with my Aunt Jackie Kennedy, and my father and my mother and President Johnson came in and told us that Lee Harvey Oswald had just been killed by Jack Ruby.
And I said to my mom at that point, I turned to her, and I said, Why did he kill him? Did he love our family? Well, you know, that's a lingering question. What was Jack Ruby doing there? My father, when he investigated Jack Ruby, he found out that Jack Ruby had been deeply involved with Carlos Marcella's mob, with Sam Giancata and all the people who were all of those mob leaders. DeSantis Travicante. Who were the Havana casino owners who had been recruited by the CIA in the Castro murder plot. So they were all working together in cahoots for the CIA. By the way, the day that my uncle was killed, I was picked up at Sidwell Friend School and brought home.
The first phone call that my father made after J. Edgar Hoover told him that his brother had been shot was to the CIA desk officer in Langwill, who was only a mile from our house. And my father said to him, did your people do this?
His next call was to Harry Ruiz, who was one of the Cuban Bay of Pigs leaders who had remained very, very close to our family and to my father. My father asked him the same question. Then my father called John McComb, who was head of the CIA, and asked him to come to the house.
McComb came over, and when I came home from Sidwell Friend school, my father was walking in the yard with John McComb, and my father was posing the same question to him. Was it our people who did this to my brother?
It was my father's first instinct at the agency had killed his brother.