RFK Assassin Denied Parole

COALINGA (AP) —  A California parole board has denied parole for Robert F. Kennedy’s convicted assassin, Sirhan Sirhan.

The decision came Wednesday after a hearing before a California parole board at Pleasant Valley State Prison in Coalinga.

The 66-year-old Sirhan says he doesn’t remember shooting Kennedy at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles on June 4, 1968.

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  1. Not the kind of guy you want roaming around the streets anyways.

  2. Big John says:

    he must never see the light of day as a free man. he made a choice & that choice should have cost him his life. i was only a child when he did this crime but the life he took was RFK someone who was very much loved by all. even if it would have been a homeless person he should have lost his right to breath.if he had taken a like to protect a loved one or something like that then things would be different, but when you take a mans life or woman’s you take everything that person would have been you take everything that persons life would have touched & for that if you did not have one hell of a reason to take that life then yours should be forfeit

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