From the YouTube Channel introduction:
Robert Kennedy's killing seemed an open and shut case, yet in spite of 77 witnesses, it remains shrouded in mystery. Many witnesses at the time complained of pressure by the LAPD to change their testimony.
For the first time, we expose how evidence was changed: how an FBI officer saw bullets being removed from the scene of the assassination and how LAPD officers who didn't toe the line found themselves suspended on ridiculous charges or taken off the case.
This hard-hitting documentary is prodced in the gripping style of "The Day The Dream Died", the documentary which catapulted Chris Plumley to international prominence and formed the backbone of Oliver Stone's acclaimed film "JFK".