Shadow Play: The Untold Story of the Robert F. Kennedy Assassination

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St. Martin's Paperbacks, 1998 - True Crime - 394 pages
For the past 30 years, Sirhan Sirhan has been locked up in a jail cell for the murder of Bobby Kennedy -- a crime which was immediately labeled an open-and-shut case. The police and the courts concluded that Sirhan had undoubtedly killed Kennedy and he had acted alone. But after an exhaustive six-year examination of the crime, investigative journalist William Klaber and political science professor Philip Melanson come to a startling conclusion: Sirhan's case may have been grossly mishandled by the criminal justice system.

Based on their access to long-secret LAPD and FBI files, as well as interviews with witnesses and with Sirhan himself, the authors reveal startling new information about the case.

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