Tom Jackman

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Sirhan Sirhan, convicted of assassinating Robert F. Kennedy at LA’s Ambassador Hotel in 1968, will face the state parole board on Friday. It’s his 16th attempt at parole.

RFK’s killer, Sirhan Sirhan, is up for parole on Friday. No prosecutors will be there to object

Sirhan Sirhan, convicted of assassinating Robert F. Kennedy at LA’s Ambassador Hotel in 1968, will face the state parole board on Friday. It’s his 16th attempt at parole.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Munir Sirhan has doubts on whether his brother, Sirhan Sirhan, assassinated Robert F. Kennedy. Other people have them too, including RFK’s son, Robert Kennedy Jr.

Was there a second shooter in RFK's assassination?

Munir Sirhan has doubts on whether his brother, Sirhan Sirhan, assassinated Robert F. Kennedy. Other people have them too, including RFK’s son, Robert Kennedy Jr.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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