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HOW SIRHAN SIRHAN WAS MENTORED THROUGH PAROLE BY SUGE KNIGHT, MAFIA LEADERS
“I’m a global villain myself, people think I killed Tupac, and that was Tupac. You killed a Kennedy,” Suge Knight told Sirhan.
Ryan Grim
September 8 2021, 3:00 a.m.
Sirhan Sirhan arrives for a parole hearing on Aug. 27, 2021, in San Diego. Photo: California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation via AP
WHEN SIRHAN SIRHAN appeared at his parole board hearing in late August, he brought with him the memory of multiple failed attempts — 15 in 53 years — that had left the convicted murderer of Robert F. Kennedy no closer to release. His problem, he had become convinced, lay in his prior inability to accept responsibility for that which he knew that he had done.
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