February 24, 2016
(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)
Note: This brief article is dedicated to a voice on the phone, a mordantly funny, wise, cynical, strong voice I heard and spoke with, on and off, in the 1980s. The voice belonged to Jonn Christian, on the move, on the run. Now deceased, Jonn was the co-author of the suppressed 1978 book, The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. The book finally became available, and it still is.
Shane O’Sullivan, a relentless researcher into the 1968 assassination of Bobby Kennedy, writes an explosive report at whowhatwhy.org, 2/16/2016: “The Full Story of the recent Sirhan Sirhan Parole Hearing.” I strongly recommend reading his full article.
There are so many crucial points: no television cameras allowed at Sirhan’s 14th parole hearing on February 9th; RFK’s son now supports a new investigation into his father’s murder; Paul Schrade, RFK’s long-time friend, who was shot in the pantry at the Ambassador Hotel during the assassination, testifies at length.