posted on Jan, 11 2020 @ 08:46 PM
Doc (pgs. 4-5): www.archives.gov...
I was looking through the JFK Assassination records in the National Archives, a lot of which have no meta tags, and found something pretty damn
interesting. The memo is a response from the CIA to the FBI, indicating the Bureau asked the Agency about the legitimacy of that much-debated Marilyn
Monroe CIA report, that said she knew of JFK's visit to a USAF base for "inspecting things from outer space" and Project Moon Dust. Oh, and it has a
freaking MJ-12 routing number on the bottom left hand corner.
So...is this a fake, or legit?
Well, the CIA actually wrote to the FBI and told them it was a fake, for two reasons. 1. They said it had too much information in it, i.e. it was too
deep for standard Information Reports at the time. 2. they also said the Top Secret stamp didn't match the normal ones used in the early 1960s.
What I found really interesting is if you compare the copy of the MJ-12 Monroe document the FBI sent the CIA, it's a slightly different version than
the one that was leaked by Greer and others in the 1990s. This new version made it further in the declassification process, with the Top Secret
designation fully crossed out — there are also a couple differences regarding what items of text are marked up and underlined.
Original version leaked in the 1990s (note the MJ12 sig in the bottom left):
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