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Source: Wiretap of telephone conversation between reporter Dorothy Kilgallen and her close friend Howard Rothberg (A);
Wiretap of telephone conversation of Marilyn Monroe and Attorney General Robert Kennedy (B).

  1. Rothberg discussed the apparent (unreadable) of the subject (MM) with Kilgallen and the break with the Kennedys.  Rothberg told Kilgallen that she was attending Hollywood parties hosted by the "inner circle" among Hollywood's elite and was becoming the talk of the town again.  Rothberg indicated in so many words,  that she had secrets to tell,  no doubt arising from her trysts with the President and the Attorney General.  One such 'secret' mentions the visit by the President at a secret air base for the purpose of inspecting things from outer space.  Kilgallen replied that she knew what might be the source of the visit.  In the mid-fifties, Kilgallen learned of secret efforts by US and UK governments to identify the origin of crashed spacecraft and dead bodies, from a British government official.  Kilgallen believed the story may have come from the New Mexico (unreadable) in the late forties.  Kilgallen said that if the story is true, it would cause terrible embarrassment to Jack and his plans to have NASA put man on the moon.

  2. Subject (MM) repeatedly called the Attorney General and complained about the way she was being ignored by the President and his brother.

  3. Subject (MM) threatened to hold a press conference and would tell all.

  4. Subject (MM) made references to "bases" in Cuba and knew of the Presidents plan to kill Castro.

  5. Subject (MM) made reference to her "diary of secrets" and what newspapers would do with such disclosures.

Two days later, on August 5, 1962, Marilyn Monroe was found dead of an overdose of sleeping pills. Was it suicide?

The document is signed by James Jesus Angleton,  who in 1953 built up the counterespionage department and led it until 1973, when his unscrupulous methods became known and he had to leave the CIA.  Some investigators of the murder of JFK believe that Angleton was one of the persons behind the assassination in Dallas.  The fact is that he, together with CIA Director Richard M. Helms, wrote a confidential memorandum in 1966 according to which "the presence of E. Howard Hunt" (CIA agent and later Watergate conspirator) in Dallas on 22 November 1963 "should be kept secret at all costs",  as otherwise the name of the CIA "is in danger of being damaged".  Was Marilyn Monroe murdered by the CIA because she knew too much and threatened to let the cat out of the bag?  Was that the reason and not just the "Bay of Pigs affair" that made Kennedy say that he would "smash the CIA into a thousand pieces"?  An ex-CIA pilot John Lear goes so far as to say that JFK was murdered because he wanted to make UFO secrets public.

       In a letter dated 3 March 1990,  Lear writes:

It is alleged by some that Kennedy had a meeting with representatives of MJ-12 (formed by President Truman in 1947 by secret presidential order, the existence of which has been confirmed by General James H. Doolittle in a telephone conversation with Mrs. William P. Lear,  Sr., in April of 1988).  During this meeting, which was allegedly tape recorded, Kennedy threatened MJ-12 with exposure to the public of the existence of captured flying saucers and alien bodies.  There are a number of witnesses who claim knowledge of the incident, one of the most credible of whom is Linda Howe (producer of a documentary "A Strange Harvest" for the CBS affiliate in Denver in 1980) who was told by representatives of MJ-12 in 1983 (while in her capacity of representing HBO in a film deal involving MJ-12) that Kennedy had been eliminated by this group for reasons including the above stated.

A few years after the above incidents and wiretaps, Dorothy Kilgallen was murdered by being thrown from a window of a skyscraper.


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