Inside the Book
Title: PROBABLE CAUSE: RETHINKING THE JFK PLOT
Author: Robin Haines
This book is a refreshing new look at the JFK Conspiracy theories. After years of meticulous research the author has compiled new evidence to suggest a different theory on this important moment in our nation’s history.
It is a must read for anyone interested in a different view of the JFK assassination.
Meet the Author
Robin Haines was born in Jersey City, New Jersey on March 20th 1953. Her mother was a journalist for a newspaper called the Hudson Dispatch which later became the Jersey Journal Dispatch. She was a Religion Editor who also covered theater, and entertainment and occasionally, covered stories about politics. Her father was a wine salesman who eventually became a cab driver. Both of her parents are now deceased.
She graduated from Weehawken High School in June of 1972. She attended Manhattan School of Music and took some extension courses at Julliard in Theory and Composition but did not obtain a degree.
She resided in Weehawken, New Jersey, until she was 29. Then she relocated to Winchester, Virginia, where she still lives today. She has never been married.
Her many interests include politics, religion, military, and American History. She also enjoys horseback riding, theater, and current events.
The author deeply believes that the many controversies, especially the one involving the JFK Assassination which are still hanging over us from the 1960’s and 70’s need to be resolved. Final closure should be brought to these things while there are still some people living who have firsthand knowledge of them.
She hopes that out of all this tragedy, some new laws, and treaties will be passed. One of which will require that all public figures seeking election to the Presidency and Vice Presidency of the U.S. must be subject to a top secret national security background check for the highest level of clearance. This would definitely serve as a deterrent to prevent a situation like this from arising here again.
I have enjoyed books in the past that offer different takes on historical events and PROBABLE CAUSE: RETHINKING THE JFK PLOT was no exception to this. My only complaint was that the book was not longer as I would have loved it if the author offered up some other alternative theories or went even more in-depth. I hope the author decides to write more books like this one in the future!