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Kennedy Death Follow-Up #89661

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 26, 1984
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(Studio) Investigation reported continuing into cause of David Kennedy's death.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Palm Beach, Florida) Kennedy family's transfer of body to Massachusetts described, shown. [Hotel employee Douglas MOSCHIANO - disagrees with Miami "Herald's" claim that hotel waiter witnessed Kennedy drinking heavily.] Med. examiner's investigation, ruling out suicide, said focusing on possible drug-related death due to Kennedy's history of drug dependence. [Sargent SHRIVER - believes Kennedy suffered tremendous psychological and emotional trauma at tender age.] Burial said in Brookline, Massachusetts, near grave of Joseph Kennedy.
REPORTER: Jay Schadler

(Studio) Ethel Kennedy and other members of family reported visiting Arlington National Cemetery graves of Robert and John F. Kennedy; photograph shown.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

Jennings, Peter;
Schadler, Jay

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