Deputy Sheriff's story differs from Ted Kennedy's at Chappaquiddick

On the night of July 18, 1969 in Chappaquiddick, Deputy Sherriff Huck Look said he was an eyewitness that spotted Ted Kennedy's car shortly before the vehicle went off a nearby bridge.
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One of the most interesting people that you learn about in the course of investigating Chappaquiddick is. Deputy sheriff hot book he had been coming off of work duty that night he said he will left to go home about 1230 something like and he sees a car. Stopped. Very close to where you make the turn to go on to dyke road towards the bridge and then the next morning he hears about the commotion on the bridge. And when he drives. Over to the scene he realizes that's the car that I saw last night. He was very positive that he had seen that same license plate. The night before. You give it time for him and I believe who's a little different than. A move Kennedy's statement was he had seen at about 1230 something like. The reason why Huck looks so important is Kennedy says he's the carnage at approximately. 11151120. Now this would allow him time to get to the ferry which stops running at approximately midnight. But it Hulk looks account is true this throws the timing completely off. He was well alone he's a real. Solid guy he was very consistent. Look was the only guy that I remember who never. Vary from when he said he saw the car so McCormick turn. And he misses he was unshakable. I spoke to somebody who was involved in the case who asked not to be named. And he sits meeting you believe Senator Ted Kennedy are you believe Huck look.

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