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NBC: Experts Say Sirhan Sirhan Did Not Shoot RFK

A report from Connecticut's NBC 30 concerning new evidence in the controversy surrounding the assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy in 1968.

Phone Calls From the Planes: Surprising New Evidence

For the Zacarias Moussoui trial, the government has released all its detailed evidence regarding the phone calls from the planes. The evidence is titled "Zacarias Moussaoui Prosecution Trial Exhibit number P200055," and can be partially viewed here:

The evidence is very revealing and detailed, and contradicts some of the assumptions previously held by 9/11 researchers. For example:

1. All of Tom Burnett's calls from UAL93 were made from airphones in the back of the plane. It had previously been reported that his calls were made from his cell phone, which caused controversy since his first two calls were made when the plane was still above 30,000 feet, at which altitude cell phone calls are difficult if not impossible.

2. All the phone calls from UAL93 were made by airphones, with the lone exception of Cee Cee Lyles' call on a cell phone at 10:57. At that time, the plane's transponder was turned on showing the plane at 7,000 feet, speed unknown.