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 The first industry to globalise was organised crime - Daniel Hopsicker
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Tonight we speak to US investigative journalist Daniel Hopsicker about Russiagate, and the recent feature film 'American Made' about CIA drug pilot Barry Seal about which Daniel has written the classic book 'Barry and the Boys'. We also take a trip back to the early naughties and revisit Daniel's investigative journalism around the flight schools in Venice Florida at which the 9/11 hijackers trained.

Fifty years on we speak to one of the authors of a new book about one of America's most horrifying political murders. 'The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy - Crime, Conspiracy and Cover-Up - A New Investigation (2018) by Tim Tate & Brad Johnson' - Tim Tate spent many long hours poring over documents and following the paper trail around a key fact in that more shots were heard and fired than the alleged murderer had in his gun. Sirhan Sirhan can not possibly have been a lone killer, and may well not have fired the fatal shot that killed probable Democratic presidential candidate Bobby Kennedy.

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