Transgenic Mice Advice?

Wolfgang Schechinger hubahopp at gmx.de
Sat Dec 11 17:26:32 EST 2004


What makes it
so fascinating is that, through the FBI's own files, we now have
evidence that Capell was deliberately creating a fiction: he had
information that Oswald was not a communist, but a CIA agent.

The second point worth examining about Capell's screed is the
part where he begins laying out the "conspiracy" to kill Marilyn,
specifically, RFK's motive for murder. Capell writes:
  But what if she were helped along into the next world by
  someone who would either benefit financially or who feared
  she might disclose something he wished to conceal. Suppose,
  for example, a married man were involved, that he had
  promised to marry her but was not sincere. Suppose she had
  threatened to expose their relationship (p. 28)

This is as specific as Capell gets in outlining his reason for
the "conspiracy." I wondered where he got the idea of Monroe's
"going public" about an affair. As many writers have pointed out,
this would have been quite out of character for her. Something
that Jim Marrs recently sent me may help explain it. He sent me
the full text of a memo that he references in his current book,
Alien Agenda. The memo supposedly reports on information gleaned
from an FBI wiretap of Dorothy Kilgallen's phone. The document
went from the FBI to the CIA, where it was signed by James
Angleton. In it, a man named Howard Rothberg is quoted as saying
that Monroe had conversations with the Kennedy brothers on top
secret matters like the examination of captured outer space
creatures, bases inside of Cuba, and of President Kennedy's plans
to kill Castro. He also said that she was talking about a "diary
of secrets" (quote





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