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President John F. Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe Murders
Assassinations and Rumors: JFK, RFK, Marilyn Monroe, Martin Luther King Jr.
In late 1963, some government sources stated that they would not release complete details of John Fitzgerald Kennedy's demise to the general public until every living person form November 22, 1963 was dead. This was to be after November 22, 2063. However, legislation in 1966 forced release of most of the documents in the autumn of 2017.
The Warren Commission Report was released with the statement that this was the true and complete account of the assassination. Not believing this to be the full account and recalling the statement of some government officials, investigators, and film makers have continued to examine the crime from all angles and possible connections for over half a century.
Can you see me as first lady?— Marilyn Monroe
The greatest murder cover up of the 20th century. About the death of Marilyn Monroe.— Marilyn Monroe: Murder on Fifth Helena Drive
- DOCUMENTARY: Marilyn Monroe: Murder on Fifth Helena Drive (2015) - IMDb
"The greatest murder cover up of the 20th century." Directed by Keya Morgan. With Keya Morgan, Marlon Brando, Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra. About the death of Marilyn Monroe. The release of this film has been postpioned every year for several years.
- Marilyn Monroe FBI file - REUTERS 12/28/2012
Communist ties and party membership could not be confirmed.
- 'Explosive' Jackie O Tapes to Be Released - The Daily Beast
Believed LBJ was behind JFK's assassination and other unexpected revelations.
A Thousand Days: The JKF Presidential Timeline
Election Year: 1960
Several African-American college students sat at a segregated Woolworth store lunch counter in North Carolina in a peaceful sit-in protest. This was a hallmark of the birth of the Civil Rights Movement that President Kennedy supported.
Many votes in America voiced non-support of President Kennedy because he was Catholic. They feared that he would rule the USA almost as a pope, using Catholic rules and customs.
Another objection voiced by those who voted for Richard M. Nixon, was that they did not trust an Irishman in the office of President, based on false stereotypes of drunkenness and lack of education among Irish people.
A third objection was that JFK's father bought the election for him with help from the Mafia.
1961 - A Turbulent Year
USA severed relations with Cuba and imposed embargo.
- January 20. John F. Kennedy inauguration as President of U.S. Several sources state that the President's father, Joseph Kennedy, had dealt with Mafia dons for their help in ensuring the big union votes for JFK.
- April 12. Russia puts the first man in orbit.
- April 17. Cuba's Bay of Pigs unsuccessfully attacked.
- May 5. America puts her first man into space, suborbital flight. US stays behind the Soviets in the space race for some time.
- May. The Freedom Riders traveled the South on buses to protest segregation.
- August 13. The Wall in Berlin went up, dividing free from communist. Today, pieces of the wall are on permanent display in a WWII scene at Wright Patterson Air Force Base Museum in Ohio. Other features of the display are clothing and photos of Jews of the holocaust, along with the violin of one young Jew forced to play for a Nazi officer.
- October 29. USSR fires a 50-megaton hydrogen bomb.
- October 28, 1961 Christmas Letter (video)
Second Year: 1962
Kennedy criticized a hike in steel prices, angering steel manufacturers.
January 3. Pope John XXIII excommunicates Fidel Castro.
Jan-Dec. U.S. nuclear tests at Nevada Test Site (NTS) and elsewhere.
January 18. Southern University closed by protest demonstrations
January 21. Jack Nicklaus makes his 1st pro golf appearance, ranking 50th.
February 2. USSR nuclear tests at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk.
February 3. JFK bans trade with Cuba except for food and drugs
February 4. Russian newspaper reports baseball an old Russian game
February 20. John Glenn is the first American astronaut to orbit Earth. He celebrated the 50th anniversary of his feat in 2012 at The Ohio State University, where he still teaches at age 93. Ohio celebrates John Glenn and Friendship 7 Day.
February 26. Supreme Court prohibits race separation on public transport.
March 1. K-Mart opens for business as a division of the S.S. Kresge company. Some stores would go on to incorporate large grocery departments before the chain's decline in the 2000s and purchase by Sears.
March 15. Antimatter is discovered at 5 different places.
March 29. Jack Paar's final appearance on the Tonight Show ("I've had enough.")
May 1. JFK authorizes the ARA: Area Redevelopment Act.
May 25. The AFL-CIO union campaigns for the 35-hour work week.
June 3. Lee Harvey Oswald's train arrives in Oldenzaal Netherlands, departs Rotterdam on June 4 on SS Maasdam to US.
August 5. Assassination of Marilyn Monroe.
August 5. 1st quasar located by radio
August 5. Nelson Mandela arrested for illegally leaving South Africa
September. Lee Harvey Oswald moves to Dallas after joining the Carlos Marcello Mafia crime family business.
September 29. JFK sent US Federal troops to integrate the University of Mississippi
October. Cuban Missile Crisis - 13 days in length. Kennedy denounces the USSR Soviet Union secretly installing missile bases on Cuba. He orders a US Navy blockade around Cuba.
The Blue Room
Senator Barry Goldwater would later telephone his friend and fellow US Air Force General Curtis "Bombs Away" LeMay to help him gain entrance into the Wright Patterson AFB "Blue Room" cache of artifacts from the Roswell Incident of July 1947. LeMay shouted, cursed, and slammed up the phone.
Final year: 1963, First Half
January 1963. A negative start to the new year: George C. Wallace becomes Governor of Alabama and says "...segregation now; segregation tomorrow; segregation forever!"
- This sentiment was directly opposed to JFK's mission for human rights and civil rights. The statement was mirrored in the motto of Panem in The Hunger Games: "Panem today! Panem tomorrow! Panem Forever!"
February 8. First broadcast for Clandestine Voice of Iraqi People (Communist).
March. Soviets start flying over Alaska, which they once owned under the Russian Empire, pre-1917.
March 18. US Supreme Court declares the Miranda Decision. All persons in America that are arrested must be "read their rights."
April 27. Fidel Castro goes to Moscow, USSR.
May 8. JFK offers assistance to Israel.
May 12. Race riot at Birmingham, Alabama.
June 9-10. The Equal Pay Act becomes law.
June 17. Supreme Court outlaws Bible reading and prayer in public schools.
June 28. The President visits Arbour Hill, Ireland to honor 17 Irish soldiers executed for The Easter Rising of 1916 against the British. Visit this link for information and photos and video footage.
- Remember that during 1963 in parts of America, the Irish were unpopular and subject to prejudice and discrimination. Part of the controversy of the 1960 Presidential Campaign and Election centered around Kennedy's Irish heritage and Catholic faith.
Undercover informants reported that Marcello made several threats against John F. Kennedy, at one time uttering the traditional Sicilian death threat curse, "Take the stone from my shoe".— mafia.wiki.com
Second Half of 1963
July 1. Five-digit postal Zip Codes take effect.
July. Lee Harvey Oswald went to work for Guy Banister, who was associated with Carlos Marcello, in New Orleans. Marcello was suspected of making payments to Vice President Johnson to stop/prevent legal action against his rackets.
July 25. A teletype Hotline was set up between Moscow's Kremlin and DC's White House. Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty signed by USA, USSR, and England.
August 18. Mr. James Meredith becomes the 1st black graduate from the University of Mississippi.
August 28. During The March on Washington, Martin Luther King Jr's "I have a dream" speech was a success at the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall.
September 20. JFK proposes a joint US - USSR moon mission.
October 25. Anti-Kennedy "WANTED FOR TREASON" pamphlets were scattered in Dallas. They may have been distributed by Lee Harvey Oswald. They certainly served as an omen to disaster.
October 31. J. Edgar Hoover had received several warnings about assassination plans by Carlos Marcello and possibly Santos Trafficante - both with encouragement from Jimmy Hoffa - toward JFK and RFK since 1962 and never reported them to the Kennedy brothers. His last meeting with JFK was held on this day, Halloween 1963, just three weeks before the assassination.
Thought: Was Hoover a Republican and aggressively opposed to the Democratic Administration of JFK? He had exerted pressure on Ronald Reagan previously, with the help of Hedda Hopper, to encourage the future President of the 1980s to become Republican.
November 22. JFK assassinated in Dallas Texas. The America era known as Camelot ended.
November 24. Jack Ruby, associated with Carlos Marcello, shoots Lee Harvey Oswald, who had also worked in Marcello's businesses.
Official Evidence for Mafia Involvement
- Report of the Select Committee on Assassinations of the U.S. House of Representatives; Appendix I
This comprehensive UFO, Area-51, and government conspiracy mega-site has instituted it's own wiki files. This one is about the Select Committee.
- House Select Committee on Assassinations
Results of analysis of the JFK assassination are shown to support the conspiracy explanation, likely involving organized crime, aka Mafia.
Jack Paar talks about JFK, RFK and Jimmy Hoffa
Marilyn Monroe Murder
A recording of a conversation was brought to light in the late 1970s and discussed on Johnny Carson's Tonight Show by a member of the Rat Pack (I watched the show). It was a recorded phone conversation from Marilyn Monroe's bungalow on the night of her death.
The conversation was between Peter Lawford, who married into the Kennedy clan, and someone from the government, speculation being that it was Robert F. Kennedy.
The important line was from Lawford:
"She's had her last enema." The tape was confiscated and its whereabouts unknown. However, other incriminating information has surfaced in the film presentation of the evidence for murder.
Marilyn Monroe used enemas to keep her weight down, much like an eating disorder, and kept the old-style enema bag hanging in her bathroom. Some theorists believe that barbiturates were put into her enema bag because they are more quickly absorbed into the colon and intestine than if taken by mouth.
Barbiturates would not show up in her stomach if this method had been used.
I did not have an opinion about this until I saw a rerun of the animal veterinary show from the UK, All Creatures Great and Small. Among its fascinating true stories there was an episode in which a sick tiger, under the influence of some substance that prevented his waking. He would soon die and fluids could not be pumped into his stomach fast enough to help. He was up and moving in a short time. He was administered strong black lukewarm coffee rectally and was up in a few hours.
A bell rang and I was convinced. Murder was possible in the Monroe case. Barbiturates would not show up in her stomach if this method had been used.
© 2008 Patty Inglish