|From the May-June, 1998 issue (Vol. 5 No. 4)|
On the RFK front, Lisa Pease completes her milestone two part investigation into that case. In the first part, Lisa showed how Sirhan could not have been the assassin and how this fact was covered up by the authorities. In this installment, Lisa examines how the operation was most likely executed. She unearths some new suspects, especially in regards to who the girl in the polka-dot dress was, and who some of her cohorts may have been. Sirhan is the last of the "lone nuts" of the sixties still alive and he has a writ before a California court to get a new trial. Lets keep our fingers crossed. In an accompanying piece, we examine the career and writings of Dan Moldea and raise some questions about his methodology and thoroughness, among other things.
We are proud to be able to publish excerpts from the book by Ernest May and Philip Zelikow, The Kennedy Tapes. This valuable volume contains a complete transcription of all the conferences taped by JFK during the Missile Crisis. It also contains a wonderful analysis of that crisis with much newly available material. As the commentaries we have printed show, it shows a JFK at the top of his abilities and instincts.
We also include a couple of posthumous voices to respond to Sy Hersh. We reprint Teddy Whites moving, memorable interview with Jackie Kennedy in the wake of the assassination. It was her idea to place the title of Camelot over the Kennedy years. Also, we exhibit a document memorializing RFKs response to his "multitude" of extramarital affairs (even in El Paso?). His alleged harem included, of course, MM. Dont show it to John Davis!
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