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  1. #1 'Justice Wasn't Served': 50 Years Since Chappaquiddick 
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    The crash ended a young woman's life, and with it, a man's White House dreams.

    U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy's Oldsmobile sedan veered off a narrow bridge on Chappaquiddick Island, an extension of the resort island of Martha's Vineyard off the Massachusetts coast, and plunged into a moonlit pond 50 years ago Thursday. His passenger, 28-year-old Mary Jo Kopechne, drowned.

    Kennedy, 37, survived, but his presidential ambitions did not. The Massachusetts Democrat waited 10 hours to report the accident to police, and the "whys?" dogged him for the rest of his days
    Why? He was a disgusting cowardly piece of garbage. Unfortunately that's an insult to garbage.
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    He did have a fitting end worthy of a coward and blowhard
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  3. #3 'Justice Wasn't Served': 50 Years Since Chappaquiddick 
    For the people living within the ‘Eastern Block’, Justice is a relative concept which must often be adjusted for political expedience.....

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