Marilyn Monroe. Her Murder

This is a copy of the Autopsy Report of Marilyn Monroe. It states quite clearly that there was no residue of any drugs in Marilyn's stomach.


It was not an individual that murdered Marilyn but an Organisation who still exist. I intend to keep asking the question until I find out who ordered Marilyn's murder.


Marilyn Monroe was murdered. At the time of her death Marilyn Monroe had successfully renegotiated with Fox for the film ‘Something Got to Give’ she was making for one million dollars.


24 hours before Marilyn died Broadway composer Julie Styne had called Marilyn from New York, to offer her a staring role in a musical version of ‘A Tree Grows in Brooklyn


Marilyn had two film offers from Italian Film producers worth $11 million.


Marilyn had no need to let her finances become a factor in any suicide attempt.


Despite being rejected by Robert and Bobby Kennedy she was angry enough to not let the rejection depress her.


Marilyn had placed orders for new dresses, finalized a film shoot for Playboy and had finally manged to live with her past.


So why would she commit suicide?


Those that viewed the unfinished ‘Somethings Got To Give’ said she was composed and professional.


Marilyn had everything to live for. She was an expert on the drugs she took.


She had just finished having an affair with the President of the United States of America and had been very friendly with Bobby Kennedy.


The screenshot is of Marilyn's Autopsy report - a copy of the Original. It states the stomach is almost empty……..’no residue of the pills is noted’….’and no refractile crystals’…. As there is no Pill residue then she could not have committed suicide. The autopsy report is taken from ‘The strange death of Marilyn Monroe’ by Frank Capell.


The amount of Pills necessary to cause death would have been impossible to digest.


Marilyn was murdered with a lethal injection.


I wrote a poem for Marilyn. In it I said that ‘when Marilyn died, the American People learned they had to live with a Government and its lies’ - and they still are.


Marilyn's Life