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William Kennedy Smith


Associated Press (August 27, 2004). "William Kennedy Smith accused of rape."

Audra Soulias v. William Kennedy Smith. In The Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois County Department-Law Division. Complaint at Law. Filed August 25, 2004.

Booth, Cathy (December 23, 1991). "The case that was not heard." Time Magazine.

Carlson, Margaret (April 15, 1991). "The Kennedy boys' night out: an evening of carousing, an accusation of rape and talk of a botched investigation roil the wealthy's favorite playground." Time Magazine.

Carlson, Margaret (May 27, 1991). "When in doubt, obfuscate: Ted Kennedy's handling of the Palm Beach rape case echoes an old pattern of recklessness, evasion and irresponsibility." Time Magazine. (August 31, 2004). "Kennedy cousin quits job to fight allegations."

Gibbs, Nancy (August 5, 1991). "Then there were three: the prosecution raises the ante by unveiling a trio of new accusers who say William Kennedy Smith assaulted them." Time Magazine.

Green, Michelle (April 22, 1991). "Boy's night out in Palm Beach: for Ted Kennedy, a son and nephew. An evening of aimless carousing ends in an accuation of rape." People Weekly.

Jordan, Mary (December 12, 1991). "Jury finds Smith not guilty." The Washington Post.

Mark, Linda (December 23, 1991). "The most famous woman never seen." People Weekly.

People Weekly (December 30, 1991). "William Smith: a Kennedy cousin wins acquittal in a televised rape trial that was, inevitably about much more than rape."

Reichgott, Megan (August 26, 2004). "William Kennedy Smith accused of assault." AP Online.

Stanford University News Services (April 15, 1992). "Bowman lambastes media for invading her privacy."

Zoglin, Richard (December 30, 1991). "Was she right to go right?" Time Magazine.

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