13 shots = 2 guns

A couple of days before the fortieth anniversary of the RFK assassination in 2008, I interviewed forensic audio expert Phil van Praag about his stunning analysis of the Pruszynski recording, the only known audio of the shooting at the Ambassador Hotel on 5 June, 1968.

You can watch a seven-minute overview of Phil’s findings above, made for the Documentary Channel as an epilogue to my film RFK Must Die. You can also read Phil’s detailed declaration for Sirhan’s habeas corpus petition below. In short, he concludes that at least thirteen shots were fired from two guns in the Ambassador pantry that night but the courts denied Sirhan’s petition without even granting an evidentiary hearing.