Without the persistence and ingenuity of Fernando Faura, we wouldn't have the story. As the last remaining reporter on the scene who chased the polka-dot dress mystery, here he brings us with him, day by day, on his investigation. A must-read!
Walterville, Oregon (PRWEB) June 01, 2016
There is a link between the assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy and the Nixon conspiracy to scuttle the Paris Peace Talks.
The startling, explosive allegation is made by Miami based author Fernando Faura in his new book, The Polka Dot File on the Robert F. Kennedy Killing – The Paris Peace Talks Connection, to be published by TrineDay, June 2016.
The Polka Dot File refers to the mystery woman in the polka-dot dress who ran out of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles claiming to have shot the senator, while the alleged assassin was being pummeled and captured in the kitchen.
Faura, an award winning journalist, is credited with being the only newsman to chase the mystery woman even after the police denied her existence.
"I have always been fascinated by the story of John Fahey, who spent the day leading up to Bobby Kennedy's assassination with a mysterious woman whose group were “going to take care of Kennedy tonight.” Without the persistence and ingenuity of Fernando Faura, we wouldn't have that story. As the last remaining reporter on the scene who chased the polka-dot dress mystery, here he brings us with him, day by day, on his investigation. We're transported back in time to the aftermath of Kennedy's murder in June 1968, and given suppressed witness testimony and a tantalizing new lead that connects to one of the great political scandals of the Nixon presidency. A must-read for anyone interested in this case."
– Shane O’Sullivan
Shane O'Sullivan, an Irish writer and filmmaker, based in London is best known for his work on the assassination of Robert Kennedy. His feature documentary RFK Must Die was released in 2007, and his book on the case, Who Killed Bobby? The Unsolved Murder of Robert F. Kennedy was published by Union Square Press in 2008.
The Polka Dot File on the Robert F. Kennedy Killing – The Paris Peace Talks Connection is being released by TrineDay on Monday, June 6.