INVESTIGATIONS: Rechecking the Bullets

"Was there a conspiracy? Was the CIA involved? Was there a person other than Sirhan involved? Those are the questions that need answering."

The man who raised those problems last week about the 1968 assassination of Robert F. Kennedy was not some paranoid conspiracy hunter but Kenneth Hahn, a member of the Los Angeles County board of supervisors. The occasion for his questions was the board's unanimous vote to have the county counsel join in a new assessment of the evidence in Kennedy's murder.

There were eight witnesses who saw Sirhan Bishara Sirhan shoot the New York Senator, and there was...

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