Deputy Sheriff’s story differs from Ted Kennedy’s at Chappaquiddick

On the night of July 18, 1969 in Chappaquiddick, Deputy Sherriff Huck Look said he was an eyewitness that spotted Ted Kennedy’s car shortly before the vehicle went off a nearby bridge.

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25 thoughts on “Deputy Sheriff’s story differs from Ted Kennedy’s at Chappaquiddick

  1. I like the Kennedys all great politicians but they were corrupt from Daddy Joe running his bootleg operation in the prohibition period to womanizing and involved in at least two woman’s death from Marilyn Monroe to this young lady and even one of Joes own daughters that he ordered a brain lobotomy to be done on for no real reason except she was experiencing depression and it went horribly wrong. Robert and John both had extramarital Affairs with Marilyn Monroe hurting her sexually and mentally , possibly even having a hand in her suspicious suicide. Ted was so drunk and worried about his image he could have saved this girl if he hurried for help and one of the Kennedy sons was accused of raping a girl on a beach the same time Mike Tyson was accused of rape in his own hotel room. Mike went to jail and the Kennedy son got off. Plus the rumored fight in the plane between John Jr and his wife that caused them to loose control and fatally crash. The Kennedys have a certain way of getting out of seedy situations but were always within the outskirts of it.

  2. You know what…..NOTHING will ever be done about this now all these years later. This poor young woman who died while all the political A-holes covered it up. Protected themselves at the expense of a young girl's life…So sad

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