Len Osanic Let's just go back and just give listeners a brief overview. When Robert Kennedy was in the Ambassador Hotel, you were a young photographer there taking pictures. You ended up in the pantry?
Scott Enyart Well, yeah. I was 15 years old. I was on my high school paper and I was assigned to photograph the victory speech of Robert F. Kennedy, as well as I was campaigning of Robert F. Kennedy out of his campaign headquarters here on Wilshire Boulevard. So, I was familiar with the candidate, I had met him before, and I was very familiar with the Ambassador Hotel because I had spent a lot of time there swimming in the swimming pool there with a friend of mine who I went down there with who belonged to a club there. It was called the Sun Club. It was like an athletic club. So, I used to hang around and I knew my way in and out and all the different rooms and all the doors and everything around the Ambassador Hotel. We made sure to find out exactly here Kennedy would be. We were up in his room before he came down. We knew where the pantry was and we were prepared to sneak into the Embassy Room if we had to. It ended up that we got press passes, so we got full access to it.
I wonder how many LAPD cops went to work for Lockheed Martin after that? I wonder if Skip Miller has copies of those photos that "disappeared". I would wager his photos have something interesting on them in order to make such a fuss about it. Nobody spends a million dollars if they have nothing to hide.
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