Ted Kennedy’s family has delivered a “final insult” to the memory of his drowning victim, MARY JO KOPECHNE.
The National ENQUIRER has learned the newly opened museum dedicated to the late senator, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute in Boston, totally ignores Mary Jo.
She was the 28-year-old campaign worker who died after Ted lost control of his car in the Chappaquiddick incident in 1969.
Ted had attended a boozy private party, and left with Mary Jo.
Instead of heading to the ferry slip, the womanizing politico drove his car into a pond.
Ted was vilified for not reporting the accident for more than 10 hours, leaving Mary Jo to die inside the car.
Boston radio talk show host Howie Carr told The ENQUIRER: “It’s outrageous that there’s no mention of Mary Jo at this new institute, especially when $41 million of public money was used to build it!”