The FBI has released files which link Marilyn Monroe to the Communists. The commies were sucking money out of the blonde bombshell who had friends with ties to the Communist agenda.
Congratulations to FBI which, 50 years after Ms. Monroe’s suspicious death, has finally allowed some “transparency.” How many years will it be before FBI and the Connecticut State Police remove the stone wall surrounding investigation of the December 14, 2012 Sandy Hook incident? That stonewalling of Sandy Hook was the subject of the December 29, 2012 Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry.
An FBI file dated August 16, 1955 reveals Marilyn Monroe had contacted the Soviet embassy about getting a visa to enter the USSR. A memo dated April 27, 1956 describes how “Marilyn Monroe Productions” had been chartered in 1954, with Ms. Monroe as President and one Milton Greene its Vice President and Treasurer. The FBI suspected that money from “Marilyn Monroe Productions” was helping to fund commies in the USA, according to a recent UPI report by Gabrielle Levy.
This all ties in with the marriage of Marilyn Monroe to Arthur Miller, a playwright and admitted Communist, reported upon in the December 30, 2012 Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry.
A memo to “Mr. DeLoach” (Cartha DeLoach) dated July 9, 1963 deals with speculation that Marilyn Monroe had been murdered. The memo, with subject heading, “‘Photoplay’ Article Concerning Marilyn Monroe’s Death”, begins by noting a Walter Winchell column of July 8, 1963 published by the New York Mirror which contained the statement, “Photoplay’s current article on the man who ‘killed’ Marilyn practically names him.”
Who was the mystery man who allegedly killed Marilyn Monroe? The “man is happily married and has children; that you can see him in a crowd and reach out and touch him; that he is a great man, famous, known the world over; that he can be seen on television and in movie theaters; that people look up to him and consider his wife and children lucky; that he is mentioned almost daily in newspapers and magazines; and that he is considered a ‘truly honorable man.'” (DeLoach memo, op. cit.)
This mystery man sounds a lot like President John F. Kennedy, except for maybe how “he” can be seen in movie theaters. But even there, this might mean newsreels, which were typically featured as short subjects preceding the main feature film into the 1960s. (“Newsreel”, Wikipedia, Dec. 30, 2012)
Sam and Chuck Giancana, in their book, Double Cross (New York: Warner Books, 1992), allege that Marilyn Monroe had been exploited by both mobsters and the CIA to compromise world leaders. This would be accomplished, for example, by using surveillance of Monroe’s liaisons with these leaders as material for subsequent blackmail. Monroe’s career was languishing by June of 1962 and she had become increasingly troubled. Her knowledge of CIA-Outfit collaborative efforts coupled with her increasingly severe emotional instability had become a dangerous combination. By July 1962, she had become expendable. When Marilyn Monroe threatened to “blow the lid off the whole damn thing” she became more than “expendable”; she was now a “liability.”
On August 4, 1962, Bobby Kennedy visited Monroe in California, accompanied by a man who may have been a doctor. Mobsters listening in on the meeting say that Monroe became more and more hysterical. Kennedy instructed the man with him to give Monroe a shot to “calm her down”. RFK and his companion then left Monroe sedated in her home. The mob’s assassins then moved in for the kill: sometime before midnight, they entered Marilyn’s home. “She struggled at first, it was said, but already drugged by the injected sedative… their rubber-gloved hands easily forced her nude body to the bed. Calmly… they taped her mouth shut and proceeded to insert a specially ‘doctored’ Nembutal suppository into her anus.” (Double Cross, op. cit.)
“The suppository… prepared by the same Chicago chemist who concocted the numerous chemical potions for the [Fidel] Castro hit, had been a brilliant choice. A lethal dosage of sedatives administered orally, and by force, would have been too risky, causing suspicious bruising during a likely struggle, as well as vomiting…” (Ibid.)