Sirhan Sirhan arrives for a parole hearing on Friday. A Christian Palestinian from Jordan, he said he was angry at Kennedy for his support of Israel. Photo: AP Sirhan Sirhan arrives for a parole hearing on Friday. A Christian Palestinian from Jordan, he said he was angry at Kennedy for his support of Israel. Photo: AP
Sirhan Sirhan arrives for a parole hearing on Friday. A Christian Palestinian from Jordan, he said he was angry at Kennedy for his support of Israel. Photo: AP

Robert F Kennedy assassin Sirhan Sirhan recommended for parole, with help of two of RFK’s sons

  • The US senator and brother of slain president John F Kennedy was gunned down in Los Angeles in 1968. Sirhan said he does not remember the killing
  • Two of Kennedy’s sons supported the decision while six of their siblings opposed it. The decision now goes to California Governor Gavin Newsom

Topic |   United States
Sirhan Sirhan arrives for a parole hearing on Friday. A Christian Palestinian from Jordan, he said he was angry at Kennedy for his support of Israel. Photo: AP Sirhan Sirhan arrives for a parole hearing on Friday. A Christian Palestinian from Jordan, he said he was angry at Kennedy for his support of Israel. Photo: AP
Sirhan Sirhan arrives for a parole hearing on Friday. A Christian Palestinian from Jordan, he said he was angry at Kennedy for his support of Israel. Photo: AP
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