I've just started listening to part 5, but had to pause it 10 minutes in after listening to extracts from the hour-long interrogation of the eyewitness Sandy Serrano by Sgt. Enrique Hernandez of the LAPD. It's one of the most chilling things I've ever heard (starts at around the 2:45 mark):
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... 777778333#
Random thoughts while listening to it:
1) The poor girl.
2) If the word "evil" means anything at all, then that's evil at work right there.
3) What Sandy Serrano was put through by that bastard Hernandez is analogous to what the whole planet has been put through by the corporate media since 9/11.
Because Serrano was the most adamant about the existence of the phantom lady, she was turned over to a Sgt. Enrique Hernandez for in-depth questioning on the topic. The interview lasted more than an hour and, badly shaken from the almost-accusatory nature of the interview, she took and failed a polygraph (lie detector) test. Here is a segment of the actual transcript, which is taken from Dan E. Moldea's The Killing of Robert F. Kennedy:
HERNANDEZ: I think you owe it to Senator Kennedy, the late Senator Kennedy, to come forth, be a woman about this...Don't shame his death by keeping this thing up. I have compassion for you. I want to know why. I want to know why you did what you did. This is a very serious thing.
SERRANO: I seen those people!
HERNANDEZ: No, no, no, no, Sandy. Remember what I told you about that: you can't say you saw something when you really didn't see it ...
SERRANO: Well, I don't feel like I'm doing anything wrong...I remember seeing the girl!
HERNANDEZ: No, I'm talking about what you have told here about seeing a person tell you, 'We have shot Kennedy.' And that's wrong.
SERRANO: That's what she said.
HERNANDEZ: No, it isn't, Sandy...
SERRANO: No! That's what she said.
HERNANDEZ: Look it! Look it! I love this man!
SERRANO: So do I.
HERNANDEZ: And you're shaming (him)...!
SERRANO: Don't shout at me.
HERNANDEZ: Well, I'm trying not to shout. but this a very emotional thing for me, too...If you love the man, the least you owe him is the courtesy of letting him rest in peace.
When questioned by reporters about the brutal interrogation tactics practiced on the girl by Hernandez, the police defended them as normal routine.
http://www.trutv.com/library/crime/terr ... edy/6.html
Note: It has to be heard to be believed. Seeing it in print is not the same thing at all. And it went on in that profoundly creepy way for over an hour until she finally crumbled.