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View Diary: Peter Ueberroth's Connections to the Robert Kennedy Assassination (34 comments)

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    by Caneel on Thu Jun 05, 2008 at 05:36:40 PM PDT

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      Point after point proves you wrong. There is not one inaccuracy in my diary. I don't know what extraordinary claim you think I'm making, but I was simply pointing out the extraordinary coincidences that Peter Ueberroth has with the actors in the RFK assassination.

      You might wonder what drove me to write such an amazing diary, well, it was based on this photograph of Peter Ueberroth's twin at the scene of the crime.

      If I was claiming that Peter Ueberroth was a member of a secret assassination organization, called the Orange County Lincoln Club, and shot Robert Kennedy in the back of the head, I would have said so. Now that would have been a controversial diary!

      Rather, I simply stated a series of coincidences that I find interesting.

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