Sargent Shriver, left, the former head of the Peace Corps and brother-in-law of the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, was escorted to a car at the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, Mass., Thursday. Shriver suffers from Alzheimer's Syndrome. (AP Photo/Stew Milne)
Sargent Shriver, left, the former head of the Peace Corps and brother-in-law of the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, was escorted to a car at the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, Mass., Thursday. Shriver suffers from Alzheimer's Syndrome. (AP Photo/Stew Milne) AP Photo / Stew Milne
Sargent Shriver, left, the former head of the Peace Corps and brother-in-law of the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, was escorted to a car at the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, Mass., Thursday. Shriver suffers from Alzheimer's Syndrome. (AP Photo/Stew Milne) AP Photo / Stew Milne

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