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.

I firmly believe that the RFK assassination is the most transparent of all the assassinations of the sixties. The police records on the case were extensive, with a great deal of detailed information captured in over 20 reels of microfilm at the California State Archives. If people are serious about the case, you have to go to the primary sources, read the original witness reports, listen to the untranscribed tapes. Find out what was deliberately suppressed. And we will never know how much more information about this case lurks (or used to lurk) in the files of the CIA because no government body has ever pushed for them to be made public.

Since the initial writing of these articles, I have collected dramatic new evidence I have yet to publish. Some of it is really damning. But it will take me a while to compile it all into a digestible tract. So meanwhile, I have reposted my original articles as they appeared in Probe Magazine back in 1998 on my Web site, the Real History Archives. If you want the updated versions of these articles, which include information on another key suspect in the case, not mentioned in these two pieces, you'll have to get the book.

As I wrote in Part I:
There is no quick way to tell the incredible story of this case. It defies abbreviated summation. Those who wish to learn the truth must first find within themselves the requisite patience and interest necessary to discover it.

Are you up to the task?

Can you handle the truth?

If so, Happy Holidays. This is my gift to you.

Part 1: Sirhan and the RFK Assassination: The Grand Illusion

Part 2: Sirhan and the RFK Assassination: Rubik's Cube


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for keeping alive the accumulated evidence.
I learned much from Probe and CTKA that propels me to educate others about the methodical stealing of our nation by eliminating our best leaders.

LA coroner Thomas Noguchi proved we were lied to about RFK's murder.Sirhan couldn't have done it and only one man could've, Eugene Thane Cesar, hired as a Trojan Horse body-guard before Secret Service was provided to presidential candidates. But we know how the SS can be dangerous, too, from the JFK murder.

Funny that a movie came out recently called 'The Sentinal' which purported to be about the "first betrayal from within the Secret Service." I don't think so.
So many in on the cover-up and sham trials in the court but especially the media.

Perhaps someday we'll have a Scientists For Justice Hall of Fame Museum for those who still apply the scientific method in political events with the likes of Noguchi and Dr. Steven Jones.

The very least we can do for our country and the world it affects is the autopsy on accountability.

10:23 AM  
Anonymous John said...

Thanks for this information. Actually I think ALl of those assassinations are transparent once you study the official stories in depth. I'm talking here of JFK, RFK, MLK and Malcolm X.
Keep up the good work.

12:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your articles are superb. Amongst the best material on the subject. Please let us know when you plan on publishing more. Also, what's the best JFK assasination book in your opinion?
I vote for Bloody Treason.

7:14 AM  
Blogger Real History Lisa said...

Thank you all. I think the strongest evidence of conspiracy is right here in these comments - the fact that people feel the need to be anonymous for fear of some sort of personal repercussion. I long for the day when we can all be ourselves, head on, speak our minds, and have no fear of not being accepted.

Re the best book on the JFK case, of course I'll refer you to our book "The Assassinations" - but in reality, there is no single book as the story is too large. There are many good ones out there, and some good new ones are still to come (as are more bad ones, waiting for the 45th anniversary in 2008).

4:20 PM  
Blogger Arlene Johnson said...

Hi Lisa,
Thank you for wanting the truth to come out too. I say "too" because I, too, have published the truth about both Kennedy's assassinations, and have done it under my name.

Initially, I exposed John Kennedy's assassination in my first edition, but then learned more information, much more, so published that in the 2nd, 3rd, 14th, etc. editions.

Have wanted to ask you for permission to reprint the article that you wrote on John Kennedy as you copyrighted it, logically, of course.

It's still sitting in my Drafts folder until the time that I could find you.

In my 7th edition, I published the same name that one of the anonymous posters here to your blog said, and demanded that Sirhan Sirhan be given his freedom. He was definitely the patsy in that crime just as LHO was in John's assassination.

Send permission to reprint, if it's okay, to me at I would really appreciate it because that article is A+.


Arlene Johnson
To access my e-zine, click on the icon that says Magazine.

7:56 AM  
Blogger Real History Lisa said...

Thanks for your interest but I am not giving you permission to republish my work at this time.

1:36 PM  

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