Senatorial Privilege: The Chappaquiddick Cover-Up
More than two decades have passed since a car driven by Senator Edward Kennedy plunged off Dike Bridge on Chappaquiddick killing former staffer Mary Jo Kopechne. Kennedy has seen the spector of that mishap haunt, frustrate and finally end his presidential ambitions. Not even the Kennedy's political weight has suppressed the questions left unresolved by the accident investigations. Why was Kennedy with Kopechne in a remote part of the island? Why did he flee--how could he flee--an accident scene while she drowned? And why didn't he report the accident until the following morning? Chappaquiddick came to symbolize cover-up, incompetence, raw power, and in the end, a cruel travesty of justice. A story of power and influence that schemed to assure a continued political life for Ted Kennedy.
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