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Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (). AN ASSASSINATION plot against Senator Ted Kennedy that pulled in a revered Hollywood satanist and the mob has been revealed in newly uncovered docs. The allegations were first reported by Politico and revolve around an informant’s claim that Anton LaVey, the founder of the Church of Satan, had told him of a plan to assassinate JFK’s brother with the help of the mob. The incident in question took place over roughly two weeks in 1980, after Senator Ted Kennedy had failed in his attempts to replace sitting president Jimmy Carter as the Democrat’s nominee for President of the United States. According to an FBI report, an informant contacted authorities on October 20, claiming that he had been contacted by Anton LaVey, the founder of the Church of Satan. After the church was founded in 1966, a shaven-headed LaVey declared his focus on self-indulgence and excess, bringing in the likes of devil worship motifs and claims that certain jewelry of his could help grant wishes. LaVey, who went by the “Black Pope,” founded the church at a San Francisco home known as the Black House, where he performed seminars and rituals, was said to have surrounded by hordes of naked women, and was known to have kept a pet lion. SATANIC RITUALS Over the decade or so that followed the church’s founding, however, LaVey stopped performing public ceremonies and became less of an outspoken public figure, paying greater attention to his writings. Kennedy, meanwhile, made the decision to run for president in 1980, having opted against doing years earlier. The brother of President John F. Kennedy and Senator Robert F. Kennedy – both of whom were assassinated in the 60s –Senator Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts had often toyed with the idea of a presidential run of his own. But a 1969 car crash in Cappaquiddick, Massachusetts, resulted in the death of a passenger and saw Kennedy plead guilty to leaving the scene of the crime. Kennedy opted to pass on the 1972 and 1976 elections – but in 1980, early polls showed that he was preferred by Democratic voters over President Jimmy Carter. Later that year, after the senator had lost out to Carter as the Democrat’s nominee, an informant from Chicago – whose identity is still being kept secret – contacted the FBI to say that he had been called by LaVey, who reportedly told him that he owed the high priest a favor. LaVey, the informant said in his October 1980 outreach, had told him that in a week or so he would receive a package which he was to take to mob boss on the South Side of Chicago. According to the report, the informant then said the mob would assassinate Senator Kennedy. He also said that he had been visited by a member of the church to discuss the plot to kill the presidential hopeful. AS