Episode: Joey'll Fix It

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Joey'll Fix It

The weekend of July 18, 1969 was meant to be a special occasion, a reunion for those who worked for Bobby Kennedy’s presidential campaign. But the gathering quickly turned into a night shrouded by secrets and mystery. Hear about the one witness who Ted Kennedy’s team feared the most, and the surprise revelation that turns the Senator’s story on its head. To continue the discussion, join our Facebook group to share your thoughts and theories or reach us directly at coverup@people.com. And for more on the case, go to people.com/coverup.

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