RFK: Not Allowed to Win

the 1968 peace candidate killed before the election

LAPD veteran Mike Ruppert talks about the Los Angeles police involvement

"ask yourself what you believe about the existence of democracy in this country and what you believe about the fate of ANY Presidential candidate not sanctioned by the powers that be before the "race" is run."

from Jamey Hecht, assistant managing editor at From the Wilderness, scholar, humanitarian, activist


Saturday, 02 December 2017 17:17
John R. Bohrer, The Revolution of Robert Kennedy
Written by James DiEugenio

The best volume on Robert Kennedy I have read since Arthur Schlesinger's two volume set in 1978. If you want to know about Bobby Kennedy's life, the Schlesinger book is your choice. But if you want to know who RFK was in his last years, this is the book to read. No politician I know of ever did or said these kinds of things at home and abroad. I strongly recommend the book as a Christmas gift for your children and younger loved ones. Through it, they will be reminded that, not that long ago, the political spectrum was not defined by the likes of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. And you did not have to hold your nose before entering the voting both. We all owe thanks to John Bohrer. He is to be congratulated for capturing the essence of a good man who became a great man. The vivid memory this book draws reminds all of us just what America could have been.


Coalition on Political Assassinations
June 6-8, 2008 (Friday - Sunday)
"The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy: Killing Hope"
40th anniversary of his murder at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles
Regional Meeting of COPA in Los Angeles, CA

Lisa Pease's articles on RFK

Sirhan Says "I didn't kill RFK" - and why he is probably telling the truth


Wednesday, November 29, 2006
My RFK assassination articles back online in full

Because of the recent BBC Newsnight segment featuring Shane O'Sullivan's allegations that George Joannides, David Morales, and Gordon Campbell, three CIA agents, were at the Ambassador Hotel the night Bobby Kennedy was killed, and the barrage of disinformation certain to be unleashed in the next couple of years as we approach the 40th anniversary (2008) of the Robert Kennedy assassination, I wanted to republish my full RFK articles online.
In 1998, after several years of research, I wrote and published a large two-part article on the key facts and allegations surrounding the assassination of Robert Kennedy in Probe Magazine. For a few years, the full versions were available online. When they were published in the book The Assassinations: Probe Magazine on JFK, MLK, RFK, and Malcolm X (Feral House, 2003), I truncated the online versions in the hope that people would buy the book. Many did. Thanks!
There is a great amount, sadly, of bad, inaccurate, misleading, and incomplete data on the Web regarding just about any subject, but especially where alleged CIA operations are involved. Bear in mind that if the CIA was behind the assassination, they would make certain they had mouthpieces all over the blogosphere and the Web decrying any who would suggest a conspiracy. Trust no one. Read as much as you can and make up your own mind.


www.realhistoryarchives.com/collections/assassinations/Sirhan%20and%20the%20RFK%20Assassination%20 The%20Grand%20Illusion%20by%20Lisa%20Pease.htm

Sirhan and the RFK Assassination
Part I: The Grand Illusion
From the March-April, 1998 issue (Vol. 5 No. 3) of Probe Magazine
By Lisa Pease


www.realhistoryarchives.com/collections/assassinations/ Sirhan%20and%20the%20RFK%20Assassination%20Part%20II%20Rubik's%20Cube%20by%20Lisa%20Pease.htm

Sirhan and the RFK Assassination
Part II: Rubik's Cube
From the May-June, 1998 issue (Vol. 5 No. 4) of Probe Magazine
By Lisa Pease

In Part I of this article, we saw that Sirhan could not have shot Kennedy. Indeed, there is a great deal of evidence to suggest that Sirhan was firing blanks. If Sirhan did not shoot Kennedy, who did? Why? And how is it that Sirhan’s own lawyers did not reveal the evidence that he could not have committed the crime for which he received a death sentence?


RFK and the CIA: November 2006

A BBC documentary claims to have found evidence that key CIA personnel were present at the scene of the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy.

Lisa Pease thinks that the BBC report may be disinformation:

Monday, November 20, 2006
Did the CIA Kill Bobby Kennedy? Probably - but not with THOSE guys

People who have read my work, published in the volume The Assassinations: Probe Magazine on JFK, MLK, RFK, and Malcolm X (Feral House, 2003) are well aware that I believe strongly that the CIA was deeply involved in the JFK and RFK assassinations and investigations that followed.
But when I got this story in my mailbox today, my heart sank. Because I believe this will result in the discrediting of the notion that the CIA killed Kennedy. I think it will be shown that the photos and videos do not show David Morales or George Joannides.



Turner, William W. and Christian, Jonn G. The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy: The Conspiracy and Coverup. New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 1993. 397 pages. First published in 1978 by Random House.

Not only did the earlier edition fail to make it into paperback, but Random House stopped shipping this book because of one letter from a person with links to organized crime. Twenty thousand copies were printed in 1978, and eleven thousand of these were sent to the incinerator in 1985. Though not named, it's obvious that this person is Eugene Hale Brading (aka Jim Braden), who was detained by sheriff's deputies at Dealey Plaza minutes after the JFK assassination. He was also in Los Angeles when RFK was killed.
But Brading is mentioned on just three pages, so the Random House bonfire probably had more to do with senior editor Robert D. Loomis, who edited a "lone nut" account of the RFK assassination in 1970, as well as Gerald Posner's "Case Closed" in 1993, in which Oswald is also a lone nut. "They do that with books," Loomis replied when asked about the incineration. When contacted by Publishers Weekly about the Posner book, Loomis had this to say: "All the conspiracy theories have undermined the public's belief in government. They believe that everybody's in cahoots, that we have murderers in the CIA. That's what has been accepted, and that, to me, is a crime." Posner himself acknowledged the influence of Loomis: "His effort on this one was beyond the ordinary assistance.... His imprint is evident throughout."
ISBN 1-56025-058-5


Rigorous Intuition has an excellent commentary on the RFK case and the poisoning of dissident KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko:

Wednesday, November 22, 2006
Bobby and Alexander



Beyond "Bobby": Exposing the continuing conspiracy and cover-up of the RFK assassination
By Larry Chin
Online Journal Associate Editor
Nov 27, 2006

With the film Bobby, director-writer Emilio Estevez captures a snapshot of 1968 America, and the many hopes and dreams lifted and crushed on the night Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated. But the real story that still begs to be told begins where Bobby leaves off: with the assassination itself.
For it is only through investigation of the assassination and its cover-up, the murder’s direct connection to the other 1960s assassinations (JFK, Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and others), and its relevance to subsequent (and also directly connected) wars and political crimes (Nixon/Watergate, Iran-Contra, and both Bush administrations) -- that the soul of the American Empire is truly revealed.


JFKMoon.org - by Mark Robinowitz - updated January 6, 2018