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Chappaquiddick: The Real Story

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As they examine all the wild-eyed, mostly "hang the Senator" theories under a microscope lighted with the physical evidence, the statutes of ... Show synopsis

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Another Rehash

by GenotheGreat on Oct 29, 2009

With 275 pages, One would expect a dissection of the events of the disaster on a minute by minute basis. However, the key hour in which the accident occurred receives less than 200 words, and adds nothing to an understanding of what really happened. No obvious discrepancies are even mentioned, much less discussed. Specifically, supposedly Senator Kennedy dove repeatedly to try and get Miss Kopechne out of the car; question: how did he get out, if her were driving? If he dove repeatedly , why did no one comment on his wet clothes when he returned to the cottage? In its favor, the book does contain transcripts of hearings, and excerpts of applicable Massachusetts laws. Now that Senator Kennedy is dead, most likely no one will ever really know what actually happened that fateful evening. This book makes no contribution to getting to the truth.

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