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The Mutilation of Marilyn Monroe: Book Two in the Capone May Go Free series

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Put to rest all the theories you’ve ever heard about the death of Marilyn Monroe. Forget that the official death certificate says she passed away from barbiturate poisoning in a “probable suicide” on Aug. 5. 1961. Now that all the key players are gone, an insider can finally tell the true tale. Someone who knew the plan, and the highly recognizable men who implemented her Put to rest all the theories you’ve ever heard about the death of Marilyn Monroe. Forget that the official death certificate says she passed away from barbiturate poisoning in a “probable suicide” on Aug. 5. 1961. Now that all the key players are gone, an insider can finally tell the true tale. Someone who knew the plan, and the highly recognizable men who implemented her murder and mutilation—on Aug. 4th, 1961. Alderman Donnie Parrillo stated in his first book "A Society of Power" in 2009 that the actress was murdered. Two years later—on Friday, March 4th, 2011—the Chicago Tribune printed an article stating John W. Miner, former L.A. deputy district attorney and an investigator into Marilyn’s death, believed her death was, indeed, a homicide. Even more proof of a conspiracy to cover up her murder has surfaced since then, too. In this second book in the Capone May Go Free series, the Alderman provides step-by-step details about the conspiracy, the cover-up, and the involvement of the top organized-crime and political suspects, and movie stars, intimately involved with the actress. You heard the truth, first, from the Alderman.


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Put to rest all the theories you’ve ever heard about the death of Marilyn Monroe. Forget that the official death certificate says she passed away from barbiturate poisoning in a “probable suicide” on Aug. 5. 1961. Now that all the key players are gone, an insider can finally tell the true tale. Someone who knew the plan, and the highly recognizable men who implemented her Put to rest all the theories you’ve ever heard about the death of Marilyn Monroe. Forget that the official death certificate says she passed away from barbiturate poisoning in a “probable suicide” on Aug. 5. 1961. Now that all the key players are gone, an insider can finally tell the true tale. Someone who knew the plan, and the highly recognizable men who implemented her murder and mutilation—on Aug. 4th, 1961. Alderman Donnie Parrillo stated in his first book "A Society of Power" in 2009 that the actress was murdered. Two years later—on Friday, March 4th, 2011—the Chicago Tribune printed an article stating John W. Miner, former L.A. deputy district attorney and an investigator into Marilyn’s death, believed her death was, indeed, a homicide. Even more proof of a conspiracy to cover up her murder has surfaced since then, too. In this second book in the Capone May Go Free series, the Alderman provides step-by-step details about the conspiracy, the cover-up, and the involvement of the top organized-crime and political suspects, and movie stars, intimately involved with the actress. You heard the truth, first, from the Alderman.

38 review for The Mutilation of Marilyn Monroe: Book Two in the Capone May Go Free series

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    One of the things I hate about stories like this is the big "cover-up" and why the truth is never told the day it happens. She didn't deserve to be "taken out" by anyone and to even know that Bobby K had a hand in it, makes me sick! Shame on him. I hope she is at peace. She was with the wrong family at the wrong time which sealed her fate. I feel bad for her. One of the things I hate about stories like this is the big "cover-up" and why the truth is never told the day it happens. She didn't deserve to be "taken out" by anyone and to even know that Bobby K had a hand in it, makes me sick! Shame on him. I hope she is at peace. She was with the wrong family at the wrong time which sealed her fate. I feel bad for her.

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    Vickie

    Very interesting.

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