On June 5, 1968, Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was fatally shot in Los Angeles. Just two months earlier, he delivered the news of Dr. King’s assassination to a crowd in Indianapolis.
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See photos of Kennedy with his family, as a young politician, with his brother, John F. Kennedy, and campaigning on his own.
On November 22, 1963, Robert Kennedy got a call from FBI director J. Edgar Hoover. "I have news for you," Hoover said. "The president's been shot."