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About Lisa Pease
I had similar issues with the media. I had worked on a presidential campaign in 1992 and saw firsthand how inaccurate and biased the reporting was. After that experience, I wondered, if the media can be that wrong about things I know about, maybe they've been wrong on other topics as well.
My first Internet search ever was "Kennedy assassination." That led me to a newsgroup where the assassination of JFK was being passionately debated. I knew to participate I'd have to learn a lot more. I started spending lunch hours at the library, reading books, magazine articles, and government documents on microfilm. In the process, I amassed a wealth of knowledge that weighed on me. I knew I had to share what I was learning far beyond that little newsgroup.
If you care about the real history of the United States, you'll appreciate what I've put together for you. The truth will set us ALL free.
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A Lie Too Big to Fail asserts the idea that a government can never investigate itself in a crime of this magnitude. Was the convicted Sirhan Sirhan a willing participant? Or was he a mind-controlled assassin? It has fallen to independent researchers like Pease to lay out the evidence in a clear and concise manner, allowing readers to form their theories about this event. Pease places the history of this event in the context of the era and provides shocking overlaps between other high-profile murders and attempted murders of the time. Lisa Pease goes further than anyone else in proving who likely planned the assassination, who the assassination team members were, and why Kennedy was deemed such a threat that he had to be taken out before he became President of the United States.
"Probing deep into four hidden histories... the material released should dispel any notions of 'lone nuts' or coincidence... These articles cut a clear path through the thick jungle of disinformation that has grown around these events and expose the truly hideous teratomas that thrive and bloom under the canopy of 'national security.'"—New York Press