Caroline Kennedy on Jury for Accused Cocaine Dealer

Monday, 13 May 2013 06:21 PM

By Greg Richter

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Caroline Kennedy will be sitting on a jury in Manhattan for the trial of a person charged with dealing cocaine, the Daily News reports.

When asked during jury selection if she had ever been a victim of a crime, Kennedy neglected to mention that her father, former President John F. Kennedy and her uncle, former U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, were both victims of assassination, the newspaper reported.

She did mention, however, that her late brother John F. Kennedy Jr. had been involved in law enforcement.

"My name is Caroline Kennedy," the 55-year-old said as the ears of other members of the jury pool perked up. "I live on the upper East Side. I’ve lived at my present address for 25 years. I live with my husband and two grown children.

"I have a law degree and I’m an author," she said. "I have not been employed by law enforcement, although my brother many years ago worked here as an assistant district attorney."

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