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Left to die : Chappaquiddick grand jury foreman reveals explosive never-told before information

Author: Leslie H Leland; J B Shaffer
Publisher: New York : Strategic Book Publishing, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"1969, Chappaquiddick, Martha's Vineyard: Mary Jo Kopechne is the unsuspecting victim of a fatal car accident. The driver is Senator Edward (Ted) Kennedy. This is a story that details the investigation, inquest, and grand jury deliberations into the young woman's untimely death. Leslie H. Leland, jury foreman, gives his own account of how the entire grand jury was stymied in seeking evidence relating to the accident  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Edward M Kennedy; Mary Jo Kopechne; Edward M Kennedy; Mary Jo Kopechne
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leslie H Leland; J B Shaffer
ISBN: 9781606939345 1606939343
OCLC Number: 464210776
Description: 168 pages : black and white photographs ; 23 cm
Responsibility: by Leslie H. Leland and J.B. Shaffer.

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"1969, Chappaquiddick, Martha's Vineyard: Mary Jo Kopechne is the unsuspecting victim of a fatal car accident. The driver is Senator Edward (Ted) Kennedy. This is a story that details the investigation, inquest, and grand jury deliberations into the young woman's untimely death. Leslie H. Leland, jury foreman, gives his own account of how the entire grand jury was stymied in seeking evidence relating to the accident caused by Senator Ted Kennedy and the threats made on his and his family's lives. A never before reported analysis of how the grand jury was denied its own legal rights, Left to Die is one example of how power and corruption can override America's justice system. Upon hearing the details, one judge stated, 'That was not only intimidation, that was tampering with the grand jury'."--Page 4 of cover.
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