Evil is always one step ahead...

kenneth collins kenneth.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Fri Dec 10 01:25:20 EST 2004


other
renditions. And no one has ever bothered to point out the many
discrepancies, or a possible motive for them.

Bradlee's Version

We now come to the most relevant part of the Meyer story: the
circumstances surrounding her lost diary which supposedly
contained notes on her affair with Kennedy. No one today can say
what happened to it, or what it actually contained. To begin to
explain why, let me summarize the account about the matter given
by Bradlee in his 1995 autobiography A Good Life.

The night of the Meyer murder, at his home, Bradlee got a call
from Anne Truitt, Mary's artist friend and then the wife of Jim
Truitt, Newsweek's Tokyo correspondent. Mary had told Anne to
retrieve the diary in case anything happened to her. The next
morning, Ben and Tony went to Mary's house. Once inside they
discovered James Angleton there (Bradlee provides no explanation
as to why he was there). No diary is found. But later in the day
the Bradlees decide to go to Mary's art studio which is down the
alley in their garage. They again discover Angleton there in the
process of picking the lock. Embarrassed, the super spook walks
off. The Bradlees make a pass through the studio and don't find
the diary. But an hour later, Tony secured it. In Bradlee's
telling, there is only a diary. Bradlee writes that, although
Kennedy's name was not in it, it was clear that he was the person
having an affair with her. Bradlee decides not to make the diary
public and a day or so later, gives it to Angleton because he
felt he would be able to ensure that it would be permanently
destroyed. Years later, when Tony Bradlee asked Angleton how he
had destroyed the diary, he admitted he hadn't. She demands it
back. He gives it to her and she burns it with a friend (not
named) as a witness.

Bradle





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