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Cape Cod is normally peaceful this time of year, except for the weather. But then a turkey was caught on video attacking a mail truck. Now we know the source of the rogue turkey. Ethel Kennedy says it belongs to her family. The widow of Robert F. Kennedy says the family gathered at Thanksgiving, and she wanted the kids to know what a live turkey looked like. So she sent Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to buy two of them. One of the turkeys got away and remained at large.
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