BOSTON (AP) - September 11, 2009
In a "60 Minutes" interview airing Sunday on CBS, Ted Kennedy
Jr. says his father kept bulletproof vests in a coat closet at
home. He says whenever the senator appeared in public, he and
siblings Patrick and Kara always had in the back of their minds
some "crazy person" might try "to make a name for themselves."
The "60 Minutes" segment includes previously unreleased
footage of the last videotaped interview the senator did before his
death last month of brain cancer. The interview was conducted by
the publisher and editor who worked with him on his memoir, "True
Compass," slated for release Monday.
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