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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Erika Tindill
Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel was denied a bid for freedom Wednesday at his first parole hearing since he was convicted a decade ago of killing his neighbor in 1975.
She said it was an odd situation for him to ask for early release while proclaiming innocence of the crime.
she said, the board concluded that the time he has served is not punishment enough for the crime.