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The rumor had intrigued author Dominick Dunne: William Kennedy Smith was at the home of Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel the night Martha Moxley was murdered. Dunne - who was covering Smith's trial on a rape charge in 1991, which resulted in an innocent...
Sun StaffPERRYVILLE - He lives in a weathered trailer on Route 40. Next door is a tow-truck company where silver-haired Bill Ripken toils, eight hours a day, six days a week, answering the phones and emptying the trash. At 75, the Iron Man's uncle won't call it...
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Tribune foreign correspondentForty years ago, 1,300 Cuban-American troops under the command of the CIA landed at dawn at a remote swamp in southern Cuba, intent on ousting Fidel Castro from power. The invasion was a disaster. Troop landing craft hit coral reefs and capsized....
The Hartford CourantIn 1975 in Greenwich, a 15-year- old girl was murdered and no suspect was ever arrested. There were no witnesses, no fingerprints, no apparent motive and scant physical evidence. Unsolved murder cases are never closed, but as the years pass they...
Tags: DNA, Masturbation, Crime, Law and Justice, Children, Sports
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt was touch and go for much of this long, bitter campaign. But Massachusetts once again sent a Kennedy to the U.S. Senate. Surrounded by a sea of relatives, Edward M. Kennedy called his election "a victory for those who believe we have a voice and a...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) told a jury Friday how he had taken his son and nephew for a late-night drink March 30 to overcome a melancholy mood, but denied that he heard screams or saw any evidence that his nephew had raped a woman later on the lawn...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIn an effort to restore his damaged political standing, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) accepted responsibility Friday for "faults and frailties" in his private life and pledged to reform his lifestyle so that it will not interfere with his work....
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