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June 27, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Jury Acquits Kennedy's Future Father-in-Law: A Lafayette, La., jury acquitted Edmund Reggie, Sen. Edward Kennedy's prospective father-in-law, of federal charges of defrauding a savings and loan. Prosecutors said Reggie, who founded Acadia Savings & Loan in 1957, headed schemes to defraud the S&L and tried to force two investors to buy stock in a failing bank in order to get loans from the thrift. Both institutions were closed in 1987.
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June 27, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Jury Acquits Kennedy's Future Father-in-Law: A Lafayette, La., jury acquitted Edmund Reggie, Sen. Edward Kennedy's prospective father-in-law, of federal charges of defrauding a savings and loan. Prosecutors said Reggie, who founded Acadia Savings & Loan in 1957, headed schemes to defraud the S&L and tried to force two investors to buy stock in a failing bank in order to get loans from the thrift. Both institutions were closed in 1987.
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March 15, 1992 | From The Washington Post
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) on Saturday announced plans to marry Washington lawyer Victoria Reggie, 38, a divorced mother of two and a family friend. In a statement released by his office, Kennedy, 60, said: "I've known her for many years. We began dating last June, and she has brought enormous happiness into my life. I look forward to our marriage and our life together." The wedding will take place at an unspecified date later this year.
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November 8, 1992 | JON MARCUS, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy is strolling to the beach, his arm around his wife of three months, when he spots a carrot in the grass. Taking his arm from his bride, the senior senator from Massachusetts stoops to pick it up, explaining to a reporter that it was left there by his 6-year-old stepdaughter, who was hoping to lure rabbits. He breaks off the carrot's tip and puts it back in the grass so that the little girl will think it has been sampled by bunnies. Public relations? Or the new Ted Kennedy?
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