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Rush Limbaugh celebrates anniversary of Ted Kennedy driving off bridge at Chappaquiddick

/   July 18, 2013 Tweet Email

“He was behind the wheel but it was the car that did it…very brave and courageous…”

Rush Limbaugh Show July 18.

On this day in history, according to infallible reference source, Wikipedia…

The Chappaquiddick incident occurred on July 18, 1969, in which Mary Jo Kopechne, a female passenger of U.S. Senator Edward M. “Ted” Kennedy, was killed when he accidentally drove his car off a bridge and into a tidal channel on Chappaquiddick Island, Massachusetts. Kennedy swam free and left the scene, not reporting the accident within nine hours, but Kopechne died in the vehicle. In the early hours of July 19, Kopechne’s body and the car were recovered. Kennedy pleaded guilty to a charge of leaving the scene of an accident after causing injury and received a two-month suspended jail sentence.

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