Tuesday 16 May 2023

Will Sirhan Sirhan be Released?

See here for essential background: https://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.com/2014/03/bobby-kennedy-two-gunmen.html.
In August 2021 a probation board in California USA recommended that Sirhan Sirhan should be released from prison. After nearly fifty-five years in jail, could the supposed killer of Senator Robert F Kennedy be set free? So far the parole licence has not been issued, vetoed by the California governor Gavin Newsom, but Sirhan is continuing his applications. Source: https://apnews.com/article/middle-east-d5e12df9cc3c0241ab108bfc124dda1b. He is supported by some of the Kennedy family, including the most controversial of them, RFK Jr. Bobby's third son has been speaking out vocally against the C**** 19 pandemic response policies. Sirhan is now seventy-nine years old and has seen nothing outside a prison wall since he was twenty-four. Should he be released, he will emerge into a world transformed from the one he left behind; totally different in terms of politics, technology, social standards etc. He may well find this such a shock he will merely want to return to his family home in Jordan and live out the rest of his days peacefully. That would be completely understandable, however I do wonder if he may decide to become more vocal about his obvious innocence. As I explain in the background link above, there is no way on earth Sirhan could have shot RFK. Naturally, he has been playing along these last few years to stop the probation board refusing to consider him; but once he's out, he'll be free to say what he really thinks. RFK Jr shares the widespread view that Sirhan did not kill his father. If the two of them raise the question publicly, it could lead to an inquiry that could have enormous implications. After all, if the Robert F Kennedy assassination is dodgy, how much else is?
See here for more information: https://hpanwo.blogspot.com/2013/11/the-kennedy-assassination-50-years-on.html.
And: https://hpanwo-radio.blogspot.com/2013/11/programme-68-podcast-jfk-special.html.

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