85% of people suffering from BPD are women and officially account for 4 to 6% of the United States’ population. Doing the math. Somewhere between 8.7% and 13% of women in the U.S. are afflicted with this grave condition.
by Zach – herymakow July 10, 2012
“Sometimes in the middle of the night, Bobby [Kennedy Jr.] would awake to find Mary standing over his bed, beating him, according to the affidavit. Bobby tried to protect himself from her punches and even once jumped out a second-story window to escape.“
– The Last Days of Mary Kennedy, 2012-07-10.
On 16 May 2012, Mary Richardson Kennedy, the estranged wife of Robert Kennedy, Jr., was found dead, hanging in the family barn, in what the police have ruled a definite suicide. The mass media and feminists immediately started attacking Robert Kennedy, Jr., saying that he had given her a “devastating blow” when he filed for divorce 2 years ago.
As the days went on, the character assassination campaign grew to such a pitch that Mr. Kennedy publicized a court affidavit from their divorce proceedings that described Mary as an out-of-control woman who frequently physically and emotionally abused her loving husband and four children.
According to his affidavit: