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Title : The Senator Must Die: The Murder of Robert F. Kennedy
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ISBN : 9780915677399
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 356 Pages
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The Senator Must Die: The Murder of Robert F. Kennedy Reviews

  • Pete daPixie
    2019-02-23 20:30

    I have to admit that I did not find this book particularly easy to read during the first half of the text, which mostly deals with the JFK murder. Morrow utilises previously recorded interviews, many with names redacted, in a rapidly moving narrative, where names and identities come thick and fast. I found myself not following the leads, and had to often back track onto previous pages and chapters. So, almost half the book is completed before the author turns his investigative eye into the events in Los Angeles in 1968.Thankfully that is when 'The Senator Must Die' (1988) gains some momentum and intrigue. Having read Turner, Melanson, DiEugenio and Moldea among others on this subject, Morrow introduces factions not previously, or since, into the equation, with documentary and photographic evidence. Also contains over one hundred pages of documents in the Appendix section.Having interviewed Sirhans' attorney, Lawrence Teeter, back in 2003, I only wish I could have probed this angle with him.However, once again Robert Kennedy's demise is shrouded in official botched investigations and the familiar rush to judgement and conspiratorial cover-up. Available from the same author is 'Betrayal' (1976) and 'First Hand Knowledge' (1992) which both deal with Morrow's insider information into the JFK assassination.

  • Michael Skaggs
    2019-03-14 13:33

    The book is garbage. One person in a photograph was wrongly accused of being RFK's assassin. He sued the author, publisher, and "Globe" tabloid which had repeated the story. He put the first two out of business, and won $1.2M which was upheld by the US Supreme Court. "60 Minutes" did a story on the case a number of years ago. Don't waste your time and money on this one.