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The TRUTH about Chappaquiddick

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posted on Jan, 19 2005 @ 06:01 PM
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If you read the chapter from the link I originally posted, you would have your answer.....




posted on Jan, 19 2005 @ 06:08 PM
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Tsk, tsk, tsk... there was no NWO nor criminal negligence at work.


Another theory as to what may have happened that evening comes from the first book written on the subject, The Bridge At Chappaquiddick, by Jack Olsen. Olsen’s account of what may have happened that night also hinges on the off-duty sheriff’s account of seeing Kennedy’s black Oldsmobile traveling down Dike road at 12:45 am. In this scenario, Kennedy, spooked by the prospect of being seen past midnight alone with a young woman, and possibly drunk, has Mary Jo take over at the wheel while he hides in the bushes. He waits, expecting the officer to follow down the dirt road, but it never happens. Likewise, Mary Jo does not return in the Senator’s car, which would be twice the size of the Volkswagen that she is used to driving, not to mention the fact that the seat is probably still where the Senator, being a foot taller than Kopechne, would have it. While driving down the strange road in a strange car, she has difficulty seeing the approaching bridge, or she doesn’t see it at all. She drives off the edge, and Kennedy is left to wait for her return. Not knowing where she has gone, he begins to walk back toward the cottage. Being at a halfway point, he has not yet reached the house near the dike, which explains his testimony of never having seen it. The Senator theorizes that Mary Jo has gotten stuck in sand somewhere down the road and reports to his friends that she’s gone off the road and they need to go get her. She isn’t found that night, but they all are confident that she’ll return in the morning. (Olsen, 1969)

From here, after her body is found, Kennedy and his friends are genuinely surprised, which explains a comment made to the ferry captain of them having just heard about the accident. Kennedy lies about being in the car because he doesn’t want the allegations of infidelity to upset his wife, who is pregnant at the time. Essentially, he lies to protect himself, and it backfires horribly.


www.saturatedpratt.com...

You can accuse Kennedy of many things, but being so inhumanly bizarre as to calmly walk back to his hotel soaking wet, change clothes, get to his room and read - all the while knowing there's a drowned girl in his car in a pond - is exaggerated. It would take a VERY seriously deranged person, and Kennedy's track record in the Senate doesn't back that.

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[edit on 19-1-2005 by Otts]



posted on Jan, 19 2005 @ 06:18 PM
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That theory makes absolutely no sense....it sounds like it was created by a child. And....how many patrol cars do you think patrol the area of Chappaquiddick? Are you familiar with the area? There would be NO patrol cars in that area, thus that story is just plain stupid.



posted on Jan, 19 2005 @ 06:24 PM
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So now a Massuchusetts liberal is attacking a French-Canadian? What is she too conservative for you? Sheesh, what a troll!



posted on Jan, 19 2005 @ 06:29 PM
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And I'm half French Canadian...go figure!



posted on Jan, 19 2005 @ 06:37 PM
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Originally posted by Zabilgy
And I'm half French Canadian...go figure!


Now it's starting to make sense!



posted on Jan, 19 2005 @ 06:43 PM
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Oui Cent, it explains alot, eh?



posted on Jan, 20 2005 @ 07:11 PM
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zabilgy,

how would the power of the presidency protected bobbi
and
why couldn't it protect JFK ?



please refrain from insulting me, it just makes you look bad



posted on Jan, 20 2005 @ 08:08 PM
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btw... I'm a he. Only my ava is a "she".

And I've looked at the theory posted in the very first post of this thread. There are interesting discrepancies...

1) According to that article, Teddy made an announcement withdrawing from the presidential race in November 1975 and "has stuck to it ever since". But, um... what about his 1980 run?
Were we all hypnotized into believing Teddy was running against Carter?


2) The idea that thugs beat up Kennedy that night and brought him back to his bedroom, unconscious, kind of belies the fact that the hotel manager saw him come downstairs during the night, wearing clean clothes and looking pretty normal, to ask what time it was and half-complain about a party next door keeping him awake. But then, I guess this hotel manager was manipulated or threatened too...


3) If the Kennedy family was "tired" of the whole Power Control Group thing after Jack and Bobby's assassination and then Chappaquiddick... why did Ted's brother-in-law Sargent Shriver run for Vice President with George McGovern in '72? Why did Bobby's son Joe and Ted's son Patrick both successfully run for office?

If the story I posted looks like it was invented by a child, this one looks like it was invented by a paranoid sci-fi addict not very good at checking facts.



posted on Jan, 21 2005 @ 09:49 AM
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Zabilgy


I notice your location is Boston. You wouldnt be biased in your beliefs would you? I also live in that area, and actually grew up just a few miles from the compound and wouldnt put it past the Senator at all.



posted on Jan, 21 2005 @ 09:51 AM
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Originally posted by Otts
btw... I'm a he. Only my ava is a "she".


Sorry Otts, those cross-dressing avatars trick me all of the time!



posted on Jan, 21 2005 @ 12:30 PM
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Uncle is guilty since that dreadful day. He took the life of that young lady in order to save his own butt. No one made him drunk other than himself and should be responsible for his actions. Even reading back on the subject now it tells me he did not want to help the lady because she would have told the truth and I have yet to see a Kennedy to tell (hicup) the truth. If he had of played his cards the right way at the time, he could have became a Pres. but he chose to lie and that in fact led to his sorry life.



posted on Jan, 21 2005 @ 01:29 PM
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It says nothing about the 1980 run because the book was written in 1978 and Ted looked nothing but relieved when he didn't get the nomination in 1980 and when he spoke after conceding he gave a great speech and seemed again, relieved. He ran in 1980 because he felt he had to....I'm sure he was happy to lose and get on with his life....and he's been a great senator for Massachusetts for a long time.

And, everyone seems to have a good time with Ted's drinking. I'd like to see how any of you on this site would handle the loss of your three older brothers, one in WWII and the other 2 by assassination. The most stable person on the planet could easily turn to booze and eventually have it progress to a problem. I'm a recovering alcoholic, sober for 5 years.

Why don't some of you finger pointers take a look at the skeletons in your closet and hey maybe share them with us. But wait, I forgot you freaks are all perfect!



posted on Jan, 21 2005 @ 01:51 PM
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zabilgy,
there are holes in the story, and flaws in the logic. thats all.
Insulting posters who disagree with you doesn't help.

When you state a theory as fact, it invites challenge and rebuttal.
You may notice posts presented as theories get contrubtion and encouragement.



posted on Jan, 21 2005 @ 02:05 PM
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Can anbody recommend a good book or a movie on the whole Kennedy assasanation ordeal of the 60's? Also, does anybody have any links to pics of the Rothchilds, because they appear to be at the heart of evil corruption?



posted on Jan, 21 2005 @ 02:16 PM
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I never in any post or comment, said this was fact. I said it showed that there was a lot of evidence that the simple story of Ted "the drunk" killing his "girlfriend" and saving himself and leaving her for dead has more holes in it than the theory (okay I called it a theory) that I posted. There is much more evidence of a conspiracy than anything else.....

Look at one of my comments to Centurion....I told him I was just trying to show him another side of the story.

And someone posted earlier that the Kennedy's were at the height of their power during the Chappaquiddick episode. How far from the truth is that? All the sons were dead except Ted and the father was in a wheelchair almost a vegetable after a bad stroke...he was incapable of talking never mind making a phone call to anyone to do anything to cover up anything. After the Chappaqquick incident, Joe Sr. refused to eat any longer and died a short time later.

By the way...those are facts...not theories.

And regarding the comments of some of the Kennedy's holding office after this time...that is correct, they did, but none of them ran for President did they? NO one was concerned about them being one of the many members of congress or the senate or whatever....you can't really compare those positions to the Presidency!!



posted on Jan, 21 2005 @ 02:23 PM
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the title of the thread does imply you are correcting the current theory, no ?

you've sidestepped my question, and insulted me, so I'll ask it as clearly as I can.

define "power of the presidency" (delta force, secret service ?)
explain why it would have helped bobby, but couldn't help JFK



posted on Jan, 21 2005 @ 02:26 PM
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Originally posted by Zabilgy
There's a lot of negativity on this site in regards to Ted Kennedy. Well, maybe if some of you opened your minds and realized that Chappaquiddick was a frame job by the same Power Control Group that were responsible for the Kennedy assassinations and the assassination of MLK, Jr...then you would understand that Ted Kennedy isn't the evil person this site seems to make him out to be. He's just another in a long line of victims of the NWO.



please forgive the double post, but I don't see "theory" or "point of view" here....



posted on Jan, 21 2005 @ 03:21 PM
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Originally posted by Zabilgy

Why don't some of you finger pointers take a look at the skeletons in your closet and hey maybe share them with us. But wait, I forgot you freaks are all perfect!


Sheeesh, man. You're defending Teddie like he was your blood or something. What's up with that


And once again, this thread isn't about any of us. You started the thread, and I refuse to let you try to deflect criticism of Kennedy into a discussion of what any of us has or hasn't done.

Please try to stay on the topic.



posted on Jan, 21 2005 @ 03:22 PM
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If Bobby became President, he could have used the powers of his office to find out the truth about his brothers assassination and exposed it. Just like Nixon used the powers of his office as President to bury the truth even deeper.

Obviously, when JFK was alive, there was no assassination to investigate and when he was travelling through Dealey Square, he certainly wasn't aware he was about to be ambushed. You seem to be eluding to the thought that he, as President, should have been able to prevent his own assassination....does this make sense to you?



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