Saturday, August 06, 2005

Very Interesting

Isn't it interesting when a person is centrally involved in one of the biggest news stories of the all time he waits 40 plus years to come forward with information that PROVES what REALLY happened?

Isn't it also interesting that this one lone survivor of the events doesn't take their story to a major newspaper or magazine years earlier, but instead writes a book he alone will profit from after everyone else involved is gone?

Isn't it convenient that none of the other principal characters are alive to corroborate or dispute his story?

Am I the only one who thinks this newest Marilyn theory is a crock?

Says in one internet news story that, tape recordings were secretly made by the actress for her psychiatrist and a written record of the tapes were made by the only person still alive who claims to have heard them. He is former prosecutor John Miner, 86, who says the recordings support his belief Monroe was a victim of foul play.

" ... Miner told the Times he examined the tapes in a bid to determine Monroe's state of mind and came away believing the recordings showed the actress was anything but suicidal."
" ... Miner took "extensive" and "nearly verbatim" notes from the tapes when they were played for him by Monroe's therapist, Dr. Ralph Greenson, now deceased, while Miner was investigating her death."

NEARLY verbatim? At age 86 NOW he comes forward?

Guess Mr. Miner's retirement fund doesn't sufficiently meet his needs.

Give me a break.


At 9:26 AM, Blogger sttropezbutler said...

Sad day.

Let the woman rest in peace.

But no.....true to the American Way....we figure out a way to suck yet more life out of a long dead person.

And why is this news?
Starving children arent' enough. Blown up marines don't qualify.
Traitor in the White House isn't enough?



At 12:43 PM, Blogger RED QUILT MAKER said...

"Hey, did you hear the news...
I slept with Jack Kennedy, talk about your bay of pigs"
A quote from the Divine Miss Mildew in 1976.
"Pigs is what these people is", a quote from,


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