On 5 June 1968, at the end of the banquet that closed the presidential election primaries for the Democratic Party, Robert F. Kennedy, brother of the President who was assassinated in November 1963, was assassinated in Los Angeles. In the country there was enormous commotion to the extent that, faced with suspicions that the mafia had been involved or that...
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