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Sirhan's Mother

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Submitted by Floyd Beatty (United States), Mar 16, 2006 at 06:29

I do not know whether he acted alone, but I was living in Pasadena at the time and his Mother would walk from her home to the corner store to look at the papers and if there was an article on her son she bought the paper, if not she walked home. I will never forget the sight of that heart-broken woman walking to and from the corner store on Lake Avenue.
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