She Knew Too Much About JFK's Murder So She had to be Terminated with Extreme PrejudiceSubmitted by Charleston Voice on Thu, 04/12/2012 - 13:14
The Murder of Mary Pinchot Meyer
by Jacob G. Hornberger
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In early 1976 the National Enquirer published a story that shocked the elite political class in Washington, D.C. The story disclosed that a woman named Mary Pinchot Meyer, who was a divorced spouse of a high CIA official named Cord Meyer, had been engaged in a two-year sexual affair with President John F. Kennedy. By the time the article was published, JFK had been assassinated, and Mary Pinchot Meyer herself was dead, a victim of a murder that took place in Washington on October 12, 1964.
Jackie and Mary Pinchot Meyer. She had a close relationship with JFK at the time.
The murder of Mary Pinchot Meyer is the subject of a fascinating and gripping new book by Peter Janney, who was childhood friends with Mary Meyer’s three sons and whose father himself was a high CIA official. Janney’s father and mother socialized in the 1950s with the Meyers and other high-level CIA officials...Finish reading, View Video...