of the things in it is a mention of "Murder, Incorporated."
When Slatzer asks his "ex-wife" what that meant, Marilyn replies
on cue: "I didn't quite understand what Bobby was saying. But I
remember him telling me that he was powerful enough to have
people taken care of it they got in his way." Another entry is
about the Bay of Pigs. Slatzer says that Marilyn told him that
Jack let Bobby handle "the whole thing" because JFK's back was
sore that day etc. etc. etc. The whole book is a continuation and
refinement of the Capell hoax.
But Slatzer got away with it. Today he still appears on talk
shows and videos (e.g. Marilyn, the Last Word ) as Marilyn's
former spouse. In 1991, he actually sold his story to the ever
gullible ABC. They made a film of his tall tale: Marilyn and Me.
Slatzer's book set a precedent in this field. Later, volumes by
the likes of Milo Speriglio (whom Slatzer hired as an
investigator), Anthony Scaduto, and James Haspiel, took their
lead from Slatzer. They all follow the above outlined formula:
the Kennedys were a rotten crowd (Collier and Horowitz); they