posted on May, 2 2014 @ 12:39 PM
The document talks about Kilgallen, and in my opinion her death implicates the CIA in the assassination of Kennedy, or at the very least in a cover up
regarding what actually occurred on that day in Dallas. Anyway, regarding Monroe, I believe she was murdered, but by whom I cannot say. The evidence
of drugs in her body coupled with the lack of residual materials in the stomach suggests the ghastly method her killers could have used as well. I am
also quite convinced she knew things. It is difficult to not know things in a relationship such as the one between her and JFK. And I think he did
tell her things.
Now whether the UFO connection holds any water I do not know. It is possible, but I think there likely would have been a trend occurring in the
government at that time...A trend concerning UFO's that somehow purposefully kept the president out of the loop. That seems hard to believe, but when
you consider the possibility that some UFO secret is being covered up, it must outlast any one president. Presidents come and go, but the secrecy of
the intelligence community remains. I don't think they would want ex-presidents to know enough to spill the beans near the end of their lives or
I would think such information is highly compartmentalized. They would keep a tight leash on anyone who knew the truth about what was going on. There
is likely some special task force or group within a larger organization, possibly the CIA, or NSA, that attempts to cover up the truth about
UFO's...IF there is anything to cover up in the first place.
What I find the most telling is the fact that over the years the government has stated there is nothing to the reports of UFO's, yet their own
internal documentation, released years later through the FOIA, tells us that they had a policy, at least at one time, of doing everything in their
power to explain away any sightings. That is unusual for a group if they don't believe there is anything to such reports. Why expend the resources
necessary to go out of their way to make the public believe that anyone claiming to have seen something strange actually saw something
The one thing I know is that it is, statistically speaking, very unlikely that all of the thousands of witnesses who have reported seeing more than
just lights in the sky are incorrect in their judgements. Something like that just does not occur. It makes more sense for those who have actually
seen aliens or alien craft, again not just lights in the sky, to be telling the truth than it does for all of these individuals, whose stories are
eerily similar on many occasions, to by lying or mistaken.