Jeremy Kuzmarov is the editor of Covert Action Magazine, a publication that has, since the 1970s, been uncovering conspiracies committed by the United States government, the FBI, CIA and other groups.
His article about Marilyn Monroe’s death and new evidence linking the Kennedy family to it, is the basis of my following conversation with him.
The official story is that she died on 5 August 1962 at her home in Los Angeles and the cause of her death, as determined by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office, was ruled as a probable suicide by drug overdose.
However, Jeremy suggests that her death may have been a murder orchestrated by Bobby Kennedy and covered up by the LAPD.
Mafia boss, Sam Giancana, ordered the hit.
A Netflix documentary and a book by former LAPD officer Mike Rothmiller challenge the official narrative. They detail corruption within the LAPD and depict Bobby Kennedy as the murderer. Surveillance carried out by private investigator, Fred Otash, and Marilyn’s diary entries revealing her knowledge of classified information, are cited as key evidence.
Marilyn’s rise to fame was assisted by Johnny Roselli and she was used by the “Outfit” and CIA to compromise world leaders, including President Sukarno of Indonesia, through her sexual charms.
Despite their liberal image, the Kennedy family were ruthless in protecting their political dynasty. Bobby had an aggressive nature and the family had a dark side, including their sexual escapades and willingness to achieve power at any cost.
After her affair with Bobby ended, Marilyn became fearful for her life, although she appeared happy to her friends in the days before her death, and no suicide note was found. Syndicated columnist, Dorothy Kilgallen, expressed disbelief in the suicide theory, stating that “the whole thing stinks.”
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