Justice Department Building Naming
Mr. Kennedy was the Attorney General from 1961-64, before becoming a Senator and presidential candidate. He was assassinated on June 5th, 1968 by Sirhan Sirhan.
President Bush and members of the Kennedy family participated in a ceremony renaming the Justice Department building after former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. Speakers talked about the contribution of Mr. Kennedy to the Justice Department.
Mr. Kennedy was the Attorney General from 1961-64, before becoming a Senator and presidential candidate. He was assassinated on June 5th, 1968 by Sirhan Sirhan. close
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