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Reply #11: I thought that at the time but I was intrigued by the theory that he wasn't even there. [View All]

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CTyankee Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-11-09 03:10 PM
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11. I thought that at the time but I was intrigued by the theory that he wasn't even there.
The theory was that Kennedy was driving Kopechne to the ferry to go back to Edgartown but stopped when he thought he was being followed by a police car. Kopechne, who didn't know Chappy very well, then turned right when she should have turned left and wound up going into the water next to a small bridge that connected Chappy with a narrow barrier island that wraps around to Edgartown. Kennedy walked to the ferry, not knowing what happened to her.
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