Senatorial Privilege Author:Leo Damore The explosive New York Times Bestseller — Leo Damore writes a damning account in Senatorial Privilege of the nation's most notorious accident and raises the question: "Did Ted Kennedy get away with murder?" — Mr. Damore had a hard time getting his book in print. Random House broke its contract to publish after five years and sued the author for t... more »he return of their $150,000 advance. None of the other big New York publishers were interested either because someone with clout was letting it be known there would be trouble if this book went to press.
Finally, a small publishing house took a chance and overnight, Senatorial Privilege was a best seller on the New York Times Best Seller List.
Senatorial Privilege is the story behind a girl's tragic death, Teddy Kennedy's cowardly behavior, and the network of friends, lawyers, and public relations people who covered up for him.
It is the story of where the real power in this nation so often lies.
A young girl accepts a ride with a Senator...
...and turns up dead the next morning in his car.
This is an abridged version.
Reprinted and condensed by arrangement with Regnery Gateway.