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"john crimmins" Discussed on Political Scandals
"Perhaps there is no decade that shaped American history more than the nineteen sixties and perhaps there is no family that shaped the nineteen sixties. More than the Kennedys led by Patriarch. Joseph senior the blue blueblooded. Kennedy's were as close as you could get to. American royalty from their compound in Hyannis Port Massachusetts. It seemed like the Kennedys as churned out one political superstar after another but by nineteen. sixty-nine the Kennedys were in crisis after. John Jeff Kennedy was assassinated in nineteen sixty three. His brother Robert met a similar fate during his own presidential campaign in nineteen. Sixty eight with Robert steph. The last of Joseph Seniors Progeny with great political ambitions was Edward Ted Kennedy elected to the US Senate in one thousand nine hundred sixty two. At only thirty years old Ted was expected to carry on the family legacy and as the summer of nineteen sixty nine nine dawn. Many Americans expected the now. Thirty seven year old senator to announce a presidential campaign at any moment the summer of of nineteen. sixty-nine was a microcosm of the momentous change that had occurred throughout the decade from the withdrawal of American troops from Vietnam to to the stonewall riots to the Manson murders. It seemed like there was a major news headline every day in late. July of sixty nine the entire higher country was focused on the impending Apollo Eleven Moon Mission which officially commenced on July sixteenth. Ignition sequence. Start six five four three along with an estimated twenty five million Americans Ted Kennedy was surely glued to his TV V.. Watching Neil Armstrong Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins blast off into space after all the Apollo eleven mission was the culmination the nation of his brother. John's legacy eight years earlier on May twenty fifth nineteen sixty one John F. Kennedy had announced to the world world that America would put a man on the moon before the decade was done though he didn't live to see it happen. JFK's bold promise was finally being fulfilled as he watched the Apollo Eleven rocket. Ascend into the heavens. Ted Kennedy may have also been thinking about his the other likewise assassinated brother Robert. Perhaps Ted Kennedy was feeling nostalgic for Simpler Times on July Eighteenth Eighteenth nineteen sixty nine two days after the Apollo eleven mission blasted off. He hosted a small party on Chappaquiddick island. The purpose. The party was officially. Thank a group of women known as the boiler room girls who had earned their nickname by tirelessly working on the nitty gritty details details of Robert. Kennedy's presidential campaign with the one year anniversary of Robert Steph. Just past the party was a great way to celebrate his memory. Sorry and reunite the people who believed in his cause the most maybe Ted Kennedy also wanted to ingratiate himself with this group of talented women. After all many people assumed he'd be taking a crack at the presidency in the seventy two election if he had the boiler room girls in his corner he would have a great shot at the big job and there was no better way to get on their good side then by throwing a party in their honor even before the dark events that were on the horizon. The party chappaquiddick had a scandalous edge. The six women in attendance for all under thirty and single while the six men were all older and married save for one of them. Furthermore furthermore the men's wives were not invited to the festivities. It would be easy to jump to the conclusion that the party was anything but an innocent gathering rang however pundits and journalists have generally agreed that there wasn't anything untoward going on the women. Were all staying the night at the Catalunya Shores Motor Inn at nearby Edgar town while the men were staying at the Shire town in a little ways from the women's lodging none of the guests seemed to be put it off by the rumors that could spring from such party. Everyone was ready to have a good time. The rented cottage was stocked with one and a half gallons of vodka four-fifths fifths of Scotch two bottles of rum and a few cases of beer. My all accounts. This amount of alcohol was a bit overzealous in the aftermath math of the day's events all the attendees have vowed that nobody had more than two or three drinks. But the relative temperance didn't mean nobody had a good time. Stakes were grilled drinks were poured and there was some dancing around eleven. Fifteen P M Kennedy decided he was done for the night. There was a sailing regatta the next day and he wanted to be well rested not wanting to disturb. The festivities Kennedy quietly grabbed his keys from his chauffeur for John Crimmins and headed out the door but he.
"john crimmins" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"The car was still his Ted might have suspected suspected that few people would believe that he would have let Mary Jo drive his car alone claiming to have been driving would have actually raised fewer questions than telling the truth and he hadn't been in the car at all <hes> this one feels a little flimsy what seems more likely as that the more outlandish theories like this one came about as a result of the gap in understanding because we simply don't know every detail of what happened in the minutes leading up to the accident it it is possible to put out a wide range of alternatives series of events this next one however might actually have some way to it. According to one theory Mary Jo Kopechne he actually tried to leave the party much earlier than eleven fifteen she was tired and may have even been suffering from a headache. She knew knew she wasn't in a state to drive and she didn't want to bother any ever fellow guests so she stepped outside the cottage and crawled into the back of Ted's Oldsmobile a bill to take a nap Ted Dro- of made a wrong turn and crashed the car all while being unaware that Mary Jo was asleep in his backseat. Now this may seem to help absolve him further and explain why he waited to report the accident. There would have been much less of a rush to get the police involved if Ted didn't I didn't know there was someone trapped in the car but again we come back to the question of why did Ted Kennedy never clarify that while dish inally both growth garden and Markham said the Ted had told them about Mary Jo on the night of the accident right after it happened all in all we think the theories that modify modify who was driving and what Ted Kennedy New Are Pretty Flimsy. The official story Ted was driving. Mary Jo was in the passenger seat and Ted knew that she was still in the car. When he failed to report? The accident still seems most likely the remaining question though concerns ends one of the most damning mysteries of this entire incident hearing all of this. You have to wonder how on Earth Kennedy Kennedy managed to walk away from this event serve no jail time and continue on to a successful decades long career as a United States senator in interviews conducted in the years after the chappaquiddick incident John Farrar and others indicate that there was some kind of cover up our final final tag conspiracy tackles the question of whether there was a cover up in the chappaquiddick incident. I want to say outright. I don't think there it was at least not in the way that some do on the fact that Ted Kennedy was tried for the crime of leaving the scene of an accident and even sentenced to jail l. time albeit in a suspended sentence kind of removed this event from cover up territory. This feels more like old money New England exerting influence to minimize the damage after all. No one at the party knew that Mary Joe had left in the hours after it happened since she left her. I behind Kennedy's driver John Crimmins was at the party. It was totally possible course of action for Ted to insist that crimmins women's jump in the water and then tell everyone that crimmins was the one driving the car during the crash Kennedy also could've put Markham or garden up up to admitting that they were the ones behind the wheel he allegedly did this but that story comes from disgruntled residents of Martha's Vineyard and unfortunately there's little truth to back it up. We don't think there was a sinister cover up in chappaquiddick because the car was found and linked to Kennedy before he would have been enable to organize one now that isn't to say that he wasn't considering it consider the fact that he made a point to.
"john crimmins" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Operated one of the biggest Ponzi schemes of all time conning thing thousands of clients out of almost sixty five billion dollars spot the con- before it finds you listen to con artists search for and subscribe to Con Artists On Sure to stick around after this show to hear a clip of the first episode of Con Artists. Now back to the story time time is among the most important factors in the mysteries of what happened on Chappaquiddick island on the evening of July Eighteenth nineteen sixty nine because us of the fact that Ted Kennedy waited ten hours before alerting authorities. There was plenty of time for the important details of the case to be lost or or on a more sinister note. There was plenty of time for Kennedy to craft his story. Our second conspiracy theory is that Ted Kennedy he was either intoxicated or otherwise impaired when he crashed the car even if he wasn't this theory puts forth that something was off with his State of mind that night and whatever it was directly led to the crash and Mary Jo's death when the story of the accident I broke. There were two main in questions that arose. What was Mary Jo Kopechne e doing in Ted Kennedy's car and was Ted Kennedy Drunk Ted Kennedy. He didn't drive at least didn't often drive given his substantial personal fortune and high status as United States. Senator Ted had a chauffeured referred to cover. Most of his transportation needs in fact. Ted's personal chauffeur. John Crimmins was at the cottage party on Chappaquiddick island on the night of the incident. prims was a guest. That's considered to be true but he was also there in some capacity as Ted Kennedy's driver river so when Ted Kennedy prepared to leave. Why didn't crimmins leave with him when asked later? Ted stated that he didn't want to pull crimmins wins away from the party to take him home. CRIMMINS was still enjoying his meal and the company. It's odd the crimmins would be preoccupied with a meal since it was after eleven at night when Kennedy made to leave that maybe that really was the case given the full day of partying and relaxing. There's one thing to note here though we're unsure what to read into it. According to the official account Ted Kennedy retrieved his car keys from crimmins after Mary. Jo asked him for a ride home. This could mean that Ted was planning on having crimmins drive him home until Mary. Jo asked for a ride. If he wasn't planning on driving he might have been drinking. Mary Jo by all accounts was a smart capable woman and it would have been very out of character for her to be drinking drinking heavily at an event like this but she hadn't driven herself to the party and thus wouldn't have needed to worry about keeping an eye on her drinking. There are some uncorroborated reports that she had drunk at least some amount of alcohol at the party. She may not have been impaired but she also may not have noticed if Ted was not in a condition to drive now crimmins was both Kennedy's driver and occasional aid he knew the man well and it's not a stretch to to assume that he would have noticed if Ted was too drunk to drive himself. The fact that he handed over the keys to the car would seem to indicate that as far as the partygoers eighty goers were concerned. Ted was only fine the big discrepancy that may lead one to ask if Ted was drunk or not has to do with the geography a Chappaquiddick island.
"john crimmins" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69
"Most of the country was glued to their radios waiting for updates on the recently launched Apollo Eleven Moon Mission Ted Kennedy set up a party. The purpose of the gathering was to host a reunion of six women Rosemary Kio Nansen Mary Ellen Lions Susan Tanenbaum Esther Newburgh and twenty eight ear old Mary Jo Kopechne any these women had all worked on Robert Kennedy's presidential campaign and had come to be known as the boiler room girls due to the windowless room. They all worked out of on the campaign. This was a group of a young smart women whose time as an effective political team had been tragically cut short by Robert's murder they had reunited a number of times prior to the July eighteenth gathering the party was hosted on Chappaquiddick Wittig island a fairy accessible retreat east of Martha's Vineyard in addition to the boiler room girls six men attended including Ted Kennedy his cousin Joseph Gorgan and Paul Markham the United States the district attorney in Massachusetts as the party's started to wind down Ted prepared to leave his wife. Joan was pregnant at the time and bedridden due to her two previous miscarriages and Ted was ready to return into her. He started making the rounds to say his goodbyes at eleven fifteen on his way out. He passed Mary. Jo Mary. Joe Was staying at a hotel near Ted's and she asked if he could give her a ride back Ted Kennedy. It didn't normally drive himself as wealthy senator. He had a chauffeur for most of transport needs Ted's chauffeured. John Crimmins was actually at the party that night when Ted saw that John was still eating and enjoying himself Elf he asked for the keys to his car until John he drive himself home. The rest of the guests were too preoccupied with a party to notice Mary Jo leave with Kennedy when they realized she was gone. They assume she'd left on her own. Ted and Mary Jo climbed into Ted's Black Oldsmobile in started off down the narrow unlit paved road that would take them to the mainland for Mary Jo. It was the last time she'd sheets set foot dry land next we'll discuss the death of Mary Jo Kopechne any in the fallout of Ted Kennedy's actions after the fateful crash.
"john crimmins" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Kennedy left a party on Chappaquiddick island in his black oldsmobile. He had a passenger Mary Jo Kopechne -I whom he was giving a ride home. Ted didn't normally drive himself yet a chauffeur John Crimmins but he chose to take the keys and drive his black oldsmobile himself that night according to Ted's later testimony. He left the party with Mary Jo at around eleven fifteen in the evening Chappaquiddick was a popular destination in part because it was secluded and as such a number of its roads were unpaved and unlit shortly after driving away from the party Ted made a wrong turn in started down dyke road which at that time was an unlit unpaved road that led to a dead end past dike bridge in nineteen sixty nine dike bridge did not have a guardrail Ted was driving too fast to stop the car once he caught sight of the narrow cross whe he lost control of the Oldsmobile just before hit the crossing the car shot over the edge and hit the water the car saint quickly as it filled with water the momentum from the fall off the bridge caused it to turn over. Over before it finally landed at the floor of Polka Pond Ted had hit his head in the crash it was panicked and struggling as the car filled with dark cold water. Mary Jo was screaming. She was stuck she couldn't get out Ted managed to free himself through the car window and swim up to the surface as he gasped for air. He realized that Mary Jo had not followed him. She was still stuck in the car. Ted Swim Back Down to the car to try and free Mary Jo but it was dark and the only source of light was the distant moon the murky shine of the submerged car's headlights he he swam down to the car but couldn't get back into reach her. He went up for air again. Swam down again. He repeated this a number of times until the horrible truth finally dawned on him. He couldn't free Mary Jo in so many minutes had passed that I now she had Shirley already drowned soaked and disoriented Ted swam back to shore and and this is as the story goes where his actions shift from the understandable to the unforgivable Ted sat on the riverbank for a few minutes likely recovering from the shock the cold and the exertion of trying to reach Mary Jo in the car then he went home looking through the records of what was going on at Chappaquiddick that night Ted almost certainly walked past the dyke house aptly named for its location on Dyke Road on the night of July eighteenth. The dyke houses front porch light was on someone was home but Ted Kennedy walked right past it. It didn't go to the house to try and use the telephone call for help. It was just over a mile back to the cottage where the party was still in full swing. Ted also passed a fire station where he could have rushed in to ask for help. The cottage was actually across across the street from the Fire Department. Meaning Ted would have walked right past the building on his way back to the party again. He didn't alert emergency personnel about what had happened. Once there he summoned his cousin Joe Gorgan and his his friend Paul Markham Ted told these two men what happened together the three of them drove back to the crash site Markham in Gorgan both stripped out of their clothes before diving in to try and recover Mary Gel one might wonder why they would take the time to remove their clothes given that a woman was trapped in a submerged vehicle and had been for at least half an hour of course neither of the men could speak as to why they did it but consider the fact act that they'd have a hard time explaining away wet clothes. If anyone saw them later and you can start to connect the dots like Kennedy the men couldn't reach her the water was too dark in the car was at such an angle angled. They couldn't get inside it. The men's spoke in hushed whispers as they walked to the ferry dock on Chappaquiddick Island Gorgan and Markham made it clear in no uncertain terms. The ten should call the police immediately..
"john crimmins" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Boiler room girls six men attended including Ted Kennedy his cousin Joseph Gorgan and Paul Markham the the United States District Attorney in Massachusetts as the Party started to wind down Ted prepared to leave his wife. Joan was pregnant at the time and bedridden due to her two previous miscarriages and Ted was ready to return to her. He started making the rounds to say his goodbyes at eleven fifteen on his way out. He passed Mary. Jo Mary. Jo was staying at a hotel near Ted's and she asked if he could give her a ride back. Ted Kennedy did normally drive himself as a wealthy senator yet a chauffeur for most of his transport needs Ted's chauffeured. John Crimmins was actually at the party that night when Ted saw that John was still eating and and enjoying himself he ask for the keys to his car until John he drive himself home. The rest of the guests were too preoccupied with a party to notice Mary Jo leave with Kennedy when they realized she was gone. They all soom she'd had left on her own. Ted and Mary Jo climbed into Ted's Black Oldsmobile in started off down the narrow unlit paved road that would take them to the mainland for Mary Joe. It was the last last time she'd set foot dry land next. We'll discuss the death of Mary Jo Kopechne -I in the fallout of Ted Kennedy's actions after the fateful crash now back back to the story on the evening of July Eighteenth Nineteen sixty-nine Ted Kennedy.
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"John Crimmins reports the price of gas is going down the national average is now a two dollars and thirty six cents a gallon. A Dan mctigue gasbuddYcom describes as an early Christmas present for motorists. If you look at it compared to this time last week overpaying repaying to forty two a gallon down almost six cents on that front. And the news is even better. If you look at where we were say a month ago, we're down almost twenty eight cents a gallon, which puts us well over the fact that this time last year average cost to fill up here in America was about seven cents more expensive.
"john crimmins" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"A ride whether they agree with your four. And I didn't even ask them what their their vote for don't wanna know. Now, the chair of Minnesota's GOP. Jennifer Carnahan spoke with me earlier this evening. She says in the last three election cycles. Minnesota has been increasing in Republican votes. Five in Bloomington. Edgar Allan Harris WCC, oh in across town in Saint Paul W C C O, Susie Jones is with the Democrats hoping to capitalize on big turnout today that they hope will result in some big turn overs, Susie. Hey, Laura, people starting to show up here at the intercontinental hotel right on Kellogg, Saint Paul talk. It was John Crimmins earlier this evening now, he's a democrat from Minneapolis and his wife made their way over here tonight. He told me that he's been outdoor knocking and trying to get everyone. He knows to vote. He says he's hoping to celebrate later tonight. But he's cautiously optimistic. I did ask him though, why this election is so very important to him. Not not to over exaggerate. But I think our democracy is in in trouble here. I think that we have to strengthen how people can vote and increase turnout, and and make sure that people are properly being represented. I think that the democratic values are the things that the majority of Americans agree upon and this idea of dividing the country and being buried of a service is very negative and not part of who we are. It were we're a country of hope and an optimism. And and this idea of of having a whole fear based thing is just completely un-american now, Tim walls, Keith Ellison and Tina Smith are among those candidates expected to arrive here sometime later tonight in Saint Paul Susie Jones WC CEO in other news police in new Ulm are investigating the city's third pedestrian vehicle crash in the last month and a half. It happened this morning when police say a sixty five year old woman was struck in across walk near appalling place. Paulette Schmeling was airlifted to hand up in healthcare with severe. Injuries. The driver a Seventy-three-year-old new all man was not injured. WBZ news time is seven oh six are election-night coverage tonight brought to you by Minnesota credit unions. And let's get a check now on the forecast evening flurries. Overnight low thirty degrees and then tomorrow a lot like today. Mostly cloudy, chilly little on the breezy side. High of thirty five patchy clouds on Wednesday night down to twenty four and then on Thursday, a few more flakes with a high of thirty three right now cloudy. It is thirty three w radio dot com. This holiday season give the gift of music, visit guitar center for great deals, including select two thousand nine.
"john crimmins" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"One forty one Pennsylvania state police were forced to use a helicopter to break up a rowdy crowd at a Penn. State football tailgate last Saturday USA's Rick Vincent reports. The FAA is now investigating the incident helicopter, which is part of the police aviation section attempted to disperse the crowd using a loudspeaker after tailgaters did not respond to orders from troopers on the ground that according to a statement posted to the state police Facebook page on Thursday the centre Daily Times reports of a helicopter flew low enough over yellow Twenty-three outside of beaver stadium. Do send texts cornhole game boards grills and crude flying Pennsylvania say police also conducting an internal investigation police issued a statement saying there was no intent by the pilot or supervisors on the ground. To disturb property and the regression again, which caused as a result for USA radio news. I'm Rick vincit. Beijing has a strong reaction to comments made by vice President Mike Pence. John Crimmins reports. Vice President Mike Pence speaking at the Hudson institute, a conservative research group in Washington DC, topics range from China's repression of religious rights interference in American politics. China has initiated an unprecedented effort to influence American public opinion, the two thousand eighteen election's and the environment leading into the twenty twenty presidential elections. China responded by declaring the speech that many are calling new official policy of the US as very ridiculous creating something out of thin air. I'm John Clemens for USA radio news. I'm Wendy king..
"john crimmins" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"The justice department has released details of a massive cyber theft case that doesn't involve russia this time but rather iran as we hear from usa's chris barnes deputy attorney general rod rosenstein says at a friday afternoon briefing we're here today to announce the federal grand jury indicted nine audience for conspiring to hack into computers entered a fraud american and foreign universities businesses and government agencies sharing the suspects targeted about one hundred and forty four us universities as well as the computer systems of the us labor department the federal energy regulatory commission and the united nations for usa radio news i'm chris barnes jordan and the united states are unveiling a counterterrorism training center that is nearing completion in the kingdom with more on that story here's john crimmins this latest counterterrorism academy is only forty three miles from the jordanian capital state department spokeswoman heather nauert tells us this is the second facility built in jordan under the antiterrorism assistance program known as ata once it's fully operational the new training center will double at as regional counterterrorism training capacity in the country of jordan through the ata program jordan has become a regional training hub for jordanian police and police from at least twenty one other nations i'm john clemens for usa radio news i'm wendy due.
"john crimmins" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"The military are continuing the process of notifying the families and loved ones of the seven soldiers who died in a helicopter crash on thursday with more here's john crimmins pentagon spokesman eric von tells us the crash appears to be a tragic accident it does not appear to be result of enemy activity or hostile fire the pentagon has shifted a number of personnel out of iraq as the war to defeat islamic terrorism continues in other countries this latest crashes a stark reminder of the obvious dangers our servicemembers face in a combat zone this kind of tragedy reminds us of the risk our men and women face every single day is they're protecting the nation i'm john clemens traditional irish celebrations are happening around the country and around the world it's the date for leprechaun's shamrock parades and awareness of the green with more on the festivities here's steve kastenbaum in new york city over two million people lined fifth avenue today for the annual parade is tens of thousands filed past saint patrick's cathedral where they receive a greeting from cardinal o'connor chicago river is dyed green today for the windy city celebration there's controversy in boston because the mayor shorten tomorrow's parade route due to all the snow that fell on the city in the past few weeks for usa radio news i'm wendy king repaid less chalk.
"john crimmins" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Of the military are continuing the process of notifying the families and loved ones of the seven soldiers who died in a helicopter crash on thursday with more here's john crimmins pentagon spokesman eric pay tells us the crash appears to be a tragic accident it does not appear to be result of enemy activity or hostile fire the pentagon shifted a number of personnel out of iraq as the war to defeat islamic terrorism continues in other countries this latest crashes a stark reminder of the obvious dangers our servicemembers face in a combat zone this kind of tragedy reminds us of the risk our men and women face every single day is they're protecting the nation i'm john clemens traditional irish celebrations are happening around the country and around the world if the date for leprechaun's shamrock parades and awareness of the green with more on the festivities here's steve kastenbaum in new york city over two million people lined fifth avenue today for the annual parade as tens of thousands filed past saint patrick's cathedral where they received greeting from cardinal o'connor chicago river is dyed green today for the windy city celebration there's controversy in boston because the mayor shorten tomorrow's parade route due to all the snow that fell on the city in the past few weeks for usa radio news i'm wendy king if ernest hemingway was alive today would he say this to you shakespeare mark twain edgar allan poe all great writers and after.
"john crimmins" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"On the island of located just the east the martha's vineyard coinciding with the area's annual sailing regatta by the way ted had a home or more the small get together was tunisia cookout with barbecued stakes are derg's drinks held at a rent uh called larence colic excuse me lawrence cottage kennedy arrived abou one in the afternoon on july eighteen and then raced in the regatta with his boat victoria until about six pm after checking into his hotel the shara town in in edgar town on the island of martha's vineyard can changed his clothes crossed the channel that separated the two islands via ferry and arrived around seven thirty pm at the cottage on chappaquiddick most of the other guys arrived beneath thirty pm for the party among those at the party where a group of six young women known as the boiler room girls not least stop these you're married man your senator what are you doing six young women at a party the boiler room girls has their desks had been located abdullah room of the campaign building for rfk these young women had bonded during their experience on the campaign and look forward to reuniting a trap a quick one of these young women was twenty eight year old mary jo kopechne me shortly after eleven pm kennedy announced his intention to leave the party his chauffeur john crimmins was still fishing his dinner so though was extremely rare for kennedy to drive himself he s cremins for the car keys reportedly so it could leave on his own kennedy claimed that ca pick knee asked him to give her a ride back to her hotel when he mentioned he was leaving ted kennedy and mary jo kopechne he got into kennedy's car together kopechne he told no one where she was going and it book at the cottage cheese gene the exact details of what happened next are largely unknown after the.
"john crimmins" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The get together was scheduled for friday and saturday july eighteen and nineteen 1919 sixty nine on the island of chappaquiddick located just the east the martha's vineyard coinciding with the area's annual sailing regatta by the way ted had a home or martha's vineyard the small get together was to be a cookout with barbecued stakes or derg's drinks held at a rented house called lawrence colic she's me lawrence cottage kennedy arrived about one in the afternoon on july eighteen and then raced in the regatta with his boat victoria until about six pm after checking into his hotel the shara town in in edgar town on the island of martha's vineyard kennedy changed his clothes crossed the channel that separated the two islands via ferrying arrived around seven thirty p m at the cottage on trap acquitted most of the other guys arrive by eight thirty p m for the party among those at the party where a group of six young women known as the boiler room girls know much to stop there you're married man you're a senator what are you doing with six young women at a party the boiler room girls as their desks had been located in mechanical room of the campaign building for rfk these young women had bonded during their experience on the campaign and look forward to reuniting a trap acquitted one of these young women was twenty eight year old mary jo kopechne me shortly after eleven pm kennedy announced his intention to leave the party his chauffeur john crimmins was still finishing his dinner so though was extremely rare for kennedy to drive himself he s crimines for the car keys reportedly so it could leave on his own kennedy claimed that could pick knee asked him to give her a ride back to her hotel when he mentioned he was leaving ted kennedy and mary jo kopechne he got into kennedy's car together kopechne he told no one where she was going and left her pocketbook at the cottage the exact details of what happened next are largely unknown after the incident kennedy stated he thought he was heading toward the ferry however instead of turning left from the main road ted the ferry kennedy a turn right driving down the unpaved dyke road which ended at a secluded beach we all know what kennedy was up two we don't have to play games here along this road was.
"john crimmins" Discussed on WLOB
"Oh that's definitely a wall to herat there some serious go roper news got tell you what we got the goats out bad we were out there last soon them and then richard picked up on the cuny's third plains of conway twitty bats rush why that would have it conway nineteen it was it veto in a point my life that i can't remember but i think it was a good day news talk wlob portland weekend forecast mostly cloudy with a chance of showers through monday and much cooler highs near seventy lows in the low 60s because his heart it is banned everybody should have a chance to take a shower i tell you what it's a right to take a shell his ear right it's the right without our this is what i want throw which you and then we can maybe move wondering uh the topic but dumb it is a delineated right in the constitution that everybody charged with a crime has a right to a jury of their peers in front of us appropriate people who com judge is now believed to be called something else a long time ago but my concentrates magistrates the the the and then it is military it's going to be the captain of the admiral whoever is the highest ranking officer with few other officers and someone's gonna decide your your fate based on what everybody knows the story to be the case but it doesn't say in the government that that right is going to be paid for by the taxpayers and that's delineated the right to a drudgery of the trial jury of their peers it delineated is a cost associated you've got to have the magistrates you've got to have a lob investigators you've got to have the buildings courtrooms everything has to be paid for but that nobody says you get paid to do it you have to pay for it yourself if you want exercise your right so what i say is and i'm still waiting here brian from you're anyone else out there what's the difference well john crimmins just accidents at hello hi john so here's where karen was going to get back to when we were told throwing red meat on it it really does become ellis jake spices on my yeah and we.