A hate-Israel screed of extraordinary vileness

Stephen Kinzer, writing  in the UK Guardian, argues in essence that RFK had his assassination coming, since what happened to him was "in fact an eminently political act."

Murder apparently is not murder for this author,  if the act can also be viewed as political. Then you have context, if not justification. If you have a political grievance then you can kill, and we should view the act differently. 

This is shocking, even for The Guardian. A new low.

Stephen Kinzer, writing  in the UK Guardian, argues in essence that RFK had his assassination coming, since what happened to him was "in fact an eminently political act."

Murder apparently is not murder for this author,  if the act can also be viewed as political. Then you have context, if not justification. If you have a political grievance then you can kill, and we should view the act differently. 

This is shocking, even for The Guardian. A new low.