Dallas Morning News 
Jan 15, 2013
Late former U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy publicly suported the Warren Commission’s conclusion that his brother, President John F. Kennedy, had been killed by a lone gunman, but privately he had serious doubts.
In a round-table discussion Friday night in the Dallas Arts District, the attorney general’s son, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., said, “My father believed the Warren Report was a shoddy piece of crafstmanship.”
The appearance of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., with his sister Rory, was a rare public speaking engagement in Dallas by any member of their family in the 50 years since the president’s assassination.
The two were guests of PBS talk show host Charlie Rose, who interviewed them for an hour and a half on a sparsely decorated stage at the Winspear Opera House.