COALINGA, Calif. (KABC) -- Attorneys for Sirhan Sirhan said new evidence proves he did not assassinate Sen. Robert F. Kennedy in Los Angeles in 1968.
The lawyers representing the convicted assassin said in new court documents that a bullet was switched in evidence at trial and new forensic tests show Sirhan is innocent.
They said sophisticated audio tests recently conducted on recordings from the assassination night show 13 shots from multiple guns were fired - five more than Sirhan could have fired from his small pistol.
http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?secti … id=8447784
looks like a lot of conspiracies surrounding RFK and JFK's murders
chances are RFK was killed by a first time, seven dollar and hour, security guard who was behind him, trying to hit Sirhan.
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