50 Years of Shame: How Journalists Protected Ted Kennedy After Chappaquiddick

Thursday marks 50 years since Ted Kennedy, the liberal Democrat from Massachusetts, drove off a bridge on Chappaquiddick Island and left Mary Jo Kopechne to drown in the back seat. For decades, journalists and the TV networks downplayed the incident and portrayed the senator as the victim.  

6 responses to “50 Years of Shame: How Journalists Protected Ted Kennedy After Chappaquiddick

  1. I still can’t find the move anywhere.

  2. Haven’t seen it, but I heard it’s pretty good

    • I watched it last night, better than I expected although like most historical movies, I wonder how accurate it is.
      In a just world, he would never have been heard from again.

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