Juan Romero, the busboy at the Ambassador Hotel who cradled Robert F. Kennedy's head after he was shot, says that the sorrow of the moment no longer consumes him. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Romero describes the night of June 5, 1968 when he saw Kennedy get shot. "I wanted to protect his head from the cold concrete," Romero said describing the terrible night. He allegedly went to school for days after that with Kennedy's blood under his fingernails, thinking if he hadn't stopped to shake a busboy's hand he may have been able to save Kennedy's life. Now 65, he is finally coming to grips with the event that shaped his life.