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I am a long time student of the JFK assassination having read many books on the subject. After reading this book on Robert Kennedy I wont bother with anything else, as I think Lisa has answered all the questions and her research is quite incredible. As far as I can tell, there is no conspiracy about the murder, just the facts of yet another cover up emanating from the highest levels. The CIA has a lot to answer for to the American public.
An in-depth look at the slaying of RFK in Los Angeles in June 1968. Lisa Pease has put together a skilful work which looks again at the evidence on that fateful night in question. This book takes a fresh look at what really went on as Robert Kennedy was escorted through the pantry into the path of - what Pease says - were various gunman hiding in the pantry crowds, and who were in position to open fire thus ensuring RFK would not be running for President. If you though Sirhan Sirhan was the true assassin, read this book and you will change your mind. Kennedy succumbed to fatal wounds received from a gunman standing immediately behind him stood slightly to the right. Sirhan, meanwhile, was in front of Kennedy at all times. Then there is the mystery of the shooter who appeared to be firing from an elevated position on a steam table - which can't have been Sirhan as he was being subdued at the very time. Extremely dark forces were at work that night in the Ambassador Hotel - and we know now (and as the book tells us) both the CIA and FBI took an interest in this case. A sinister turn of events that fateful night would ensure Kennedy would not be running for President that autumn. If you thought the events surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy were odd, then this book takes things to an entirely different level. An extremely worthwhile read which captures one of the shameful episodes of American history from the 1960's...
Excellent :) I'm not even halfway through and it's allready my favorite of the year. Lisa Pease is a gem. This is definitely a must read. This together with Jim DeEugino's 'The JFK Assassination' and William Pepper's 'The Plot to Kill King' is the trifecta of the best political assissination books released the last couple of years. Highly reccomended.
Although this book is very detailed, it is intended to provide solid evidence of how the truth about RFK's assassination has been kept from public view. His suspicions over who are the culprits are very convincing, but, as is the case with the assassinations of JFK and Martin Luther King, we will probably never know for sure.
Well, I just now finished the incredible book ‘A Lie Too Big To Fail’ by Lisa Pease. I actually love this woman for what she has done here. She wrote “If John Kennedy was King Arthur in Camelot, Robert Kennedy was Don Quixote in La Mancha, dreaming an impossible dream of a better life not just for Americans but for the whole world”. She wrote “When we stand together and speak the truth, all missions become possible”. Thank you for writing this book. I finally, confidently know who killed RFK. We can’t bring Bobby back, but together, we can #FreeSirhan
I eagerly awaited this books release. I wasn't disappointed. Lisa Pease has done an excellent job of de-constructing the "Lie" and illuminating it's origins in the Intelligence Community and the L.A Police Department. It's Dallas all over again. The fact that Main Stream Media continues to promote this "Lie" says a lot about their credibility.