Mark Shaw: Collateral Damage, Connecting the Deaths of Marilyn Monroe, JFK and Dorothy Kilgallen
Best-selling author Mark Shaw returns to The Commonwealth Club to discuss his latest book, Collateral Damage, in his ongoing investigative research into the connections between the mysterious deaths of motion picture screen siren Marilyn Monroe, President John F. Kennedy, and "What’s My Line?" TV star and crack investigative reporter Dorothy Kilgallen.Shaw argues that if Robert Kennedy had been prosecuted for what Shaw calls his complicity in the death of Marilyn Monroe in 1962, his campaign against Mafia leaders as attorney general would have been sidetracked, and so there would have been no reason for Bobby’s Mafia enemies to assassinate his brother JFK in 1963. There would also have been no reason for them to kill media icon Dorothy Kilgallen, since it was her explosive investigation into JFK’s death that led to the famous reporter’s death in 1965.Hear the details of Shaw's latest research, and send in your questions during the live-stream discussion.SPEAKERSMark ShawAuthor, Collateral Damage: The Mysterious Deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy Kilgallen and the Ties that Bind them to Robert Kennedy and the JFK AssassinationIn Conversation with George HammondAuthor, Conversations With Socrates💯SUBSCRIBE for more VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/user/commonwealthclub📆 UPCOMING EVENTS: https://www.commonwealthclub.org/events🎉 BECOME a MEMBER: https://www.commonwealthclub.org/membership💰 DONATE NOW: https://support.commonwealthclub.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=298📺➕📻 Watch & Listen https://www.commonwealthclub.org/watch-listenThe Commonwealth Club of California is the nation's oldest and largest public affairs forum 📣, bringing together its 20,000 members for more than 400 annual events on topics ranging across politics, culture, society and the economy. Founded in 1903 in San Francisco California 🌉, The Commonwealth Club has played host to a diverse and distinctive array of speakers, from Teddy Roosevelt in 1911 to Hillary Clinton in 2010. Along the way, Martin Luther King, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton have all given landmark speeches at the Club.