The Kennedys: Chappaquiddick (Contd.)

The official inquiries and public explanations concerning last July's Chappaquiddick tragedy have produced more questions than answers about Senator Edward Kennedy's role in the accident that killed Mary Jo Kopechne. The findings of the last round, an inquest on Martha's Vineyard in January, have yet to be made public. Now it seems that some new disclosures—and possibly more trouble for the Senator—are imminent. District Attorney Edmund Dinis last week requested that a grand jury look into the case, a move that increased the likelihood that the entire Chappaquiddick affair may soon be aired in open court.

Rumors about further legal action...

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