(SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE) -- Fifty years after he was felled by an assassin’s bullet, Robert F. Kennedy retains his pull on the nation’s political imagination.
What if he hadn’t been killed?
One of his sons, Robert Kennedy Jr., stoked the flames of remembrance of remembrance recently when he said he doubts Sirhan B. Sirhan was the only gunman in the kitchen of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles that June night in 1968. He wants the killing re-investigated.
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WND NOTE: Love political history? Don't miss Congressman James Rogan's riveting new book on the 1968 presidential race, "On to Chicago: Rediscovering Robert F. Kennedy and the Lost Campaign of 1968" -- what if RFK had not been assassinated?