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Bail Set for Woman in Kennedy Threat Case

August 27, 1994|Reuters

DENVER — A judge Friday released a woman accused of threatening Rep. Joseph Kennedy (D-Mass.) and his family and ordered her to stay at her sister's house pending a court appearance.

Melissa Keeley, 27, who admits writing a threatening letter to Kennedy, was freed on $50,000 bail and warned against further communications with the lawmaker, the son of assassinated Sen. Robert F. Kennedy.

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