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232. Ron Pataky . . . read most of this, but didn't get a chance to look at the links . . .
Edited on Sat May-03-08 12:40 AM by defendandprotect
Pataky is very interesting and presume . . . possibly the actual murderer?
Though he looks a little picture perfect to be hauling bodies around, putting the wrong clothing
on them, setting up a crime scene? Of course, drugs work well in quietly subduing an intended victim . . . !!!
If so, he may have also killed Dorthy's best friend... ?

Obviously, though, he was there to find out what she knew and may have sounded the alarm?
He said he did some writing with Kilgallen on the JFK story.
Though why Kilgallen wouldn't have been concerned if she knew Paltry was CIA ---
or why she kept him around is a bit of a puzzle . . .

But the info reminded me that Casolaro seemed to be getting very close --- very close ---
to unraveling a lot of this "octopus." It seemed that he was most interested in Hughes ...
did they own General Motors? Wacknenhut, Bectel/?. Sorry, it's been a long time since I read
about this.

HOWEVER, it also reminds me that with the recent death of Wm. Buckley --- also CIA ---
that some info came floating out that the CIA had instructed Howard Hughes, thru one of his CIA front companies,
to FINANCE THE CAMPAIGNS of certain Senators and Representatives.
One of those was Gerald Ford --- another was Strom Thurmond.
This also explains how --- along with election steals --- these criminals were able to move up in the world!!

THIS is also very interesting .....

However, Kilgallen broke this rule when on the 3rd August, 1962, she became the first journalist to refer to Kennedy's relationship with Marilyn Monroe. She did not actually name him but left enough clues for the readers to identify Kennedy as the secret man in Monroe's life (later Kilgallen told friends she was actually referring to Robert Kennedy). One can only assume that she came under severe pressure from someone to write this story.

The following day, Monroe was found dead. Kilgallen must have realized that she had been set her up to smear the Kennedy brothers. Rumours soon began circulating that Robert Kennedy had arranged Monroe's death to protect his brother's reputation.

Perhaps we have been looking at the Monroe murder a little upside down --
the results of it have made the alleged JFK/Monroe affair well known, smearing the president.
And, not only smearing RFK as possibly also having had an affair with Monroe --- but also
as having directed her killing!!!

Kilgallen recognized that she had been used to set off this smear against JFK and RFK --
and the naming of MONROE ...

Probably she also saw the connection between Monroe's death and the article???
Kilgallen was a really sharp lady -- she may have also recognized that Monroe was "suicided"...???

Perhaps they were trying to get JFK so smeared by this scandal that he would resign?
And, in fact, RFK then forced to leave, as well?
This might have saved them the activities involved in the open coup on JFK?
However, even if it didn't work, the scandal would help lower JFK in the eyes of the public.

PS: The best friend seems to be Florence Pritchett Smith ---
a former lover of JFK's ---
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