Wednesday, March 3, 2010

LAPD put RFK's blood drenched clothes on display in Las Vegas!

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Police Department has apologized to the family of the late Robert F. Kennedy and removed items from a homicide exhibit in Las Vegas that included the dress shirt worn by the senator when he was assassinated in 1968, officials said Tuesday night.

The shirt was among a number of items included in the highly publicized display at the 2010 California Homicide Investigators Association Conference, which is being hosted by the LAPD.

Members of the Kennedy family and others were offended that items — including a shirt, tie and jacket — worn by the late senator would be displayed, LAPD officials said.

Those items, which were on display to the media most of Tuesday, were removed, and LAPD Chief Charlie Beck apologized to the family.

LAPD apologizes to Kennedy family for items in museum exhibit

What classy guys those LAPD boys, huh?  Will they be asked about the missing evidence, like the ceiling panels, and photographs taken by then teenager Scott Enyart?  

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