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Sunday, 10 November 2013

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Was Bobby Kennedy the storm drain sniper who put a bullet in JFK's brain??

New York - The Ambien aficionado has made a human frights career for herself championing the fabled Kennedy lineage like a real Opus Dei pro.

But all that could change suddenly as a new book published next week about RFK finally laze bear the hidden genome behind his paternity which generations of Joe and Rose Kennedy's descendants have fought to delete.

'The Grassy Knoll Kid' by Umberto Zaprudder spins quite a tale alleging Robert F Kennedy was the grandson of Cardinal Newman, a 19th century Church of England turncoat who defected to the Catlicks.

A sordid, cash-and-jewels-only arrangement with Jersey 'actress' Lillie Langtry soon saw her farrow her firstborn son who eventually became the fiction winter Edgar Wallace in April 1875.

Skip a mountain of other dramatis personae and fast forward to the 21st century as claims about all the original RFK birth records suddenly hatch open out of the horribly woodworm-eaten Kennedy woodwork.

The author eventually concludes that it was Robert Kennedy who fired the fatal bullet into his brother President John F Kennedy's neck from a sniper vantage position in a Dallas storm drain.

"Kerry's going nuts about these new revelations," a US National Archives & Records curator commented today.

"Want to see. Preview of her drug-driving defense plea, scheduled for January before Judge Kaplan."

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