Robert F. Kennedy’s assassin, Sirhan Sirhan, is generating buzz as he comes up for another parole hearing. Retired TV journalist William Weisel, who was wounded during the 1968 RFK shooting at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, tells CNN that he would not object should Sirhan be set free. Two reputable psychologists who examined Sirhan say he would not be a threat to himself or the community at large. The 66-year-old Sirhan is serving a life sentence for the assassination. Although he confessed to killing Kennedy for his support of Israel, Sirhan says he has no memory of the shooting, and his current lawyer maintains he was brainwashed. Sirhan has been denied parole more than a dozen times.