Larry Hancock, author of the highly-regarded book Someone Would Have Talked, has written a six-part series of essays on the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. These essays explore various aspects of the RFK case, from Sirhan's role to his possible accomplices to the physical evidence for a second gun.
Part One, At the Ambassador Hotel, kicks off the series by describing the events on the evening of Kennedy's assassination, in particular the witnesses who noted Sirhan in the company of others, and the witness reports of two such persons fleeing the hotel after the shooting.
Over the coming few weeks, the other essays in the Incomplete Justice series will be published here at the MFF. Check the New in the Archive section of the home page for their availability.