LISA PEASE, the author of the upcoming A Lie Too Big to Fail: The Real History of the Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, joins S.T. Patrick to talk about the life and assassination of RFK. The episode focuses on the presidential campaign of 1968. The show opens with a conversation about Lisa’s contribution to the new Robert F. Kennedy Jr. book, American Values, and the questions raised since the its release. From there, we address the stories regarding the Kennedy men and the rumors of extramarital affairs. The discussion then turns to Robert F. Kennedy in 1968, the campaign, the night at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, the assassination, Thane Eugene Cesar, charges of anti-semitism by Sirhan Sirhan, mind control, the Girl in the Polka Dot Dress, and what RFK has taught Lisa Pease.
Lisa Pease can be followed on Twitter @LisaPease. She is an interesting follow and the topics often concern JFK< RFK, current events, politics, musicals, and the Portland Trail Blazers.