Sinatra JFK

WASHINGTON – Earlier today, the estate of the late Dean Martin sensationally released a signed document which they claim is the dictated deathbed confession of the former lounge singer and actor.

The document, which is still awaiting official verification, contains several allegations including Jerry Lewis’ secret donations to The Baadar-Meinhoff Gang and Sammy Davies Jnr’s links to the Israeli Intelligence service Mossad. The most explosive passage of the confession, however, is Martin’s suggestion that Frank Sinatra was the infamous ‘Man on
the Grassy Knoll’, who conspiracy theorists have long alleged was responsible for the assassination of former US president John F Kennedy:

I was at my suite in The Tropicana in December 1963 and Sinatra came over with a bottle of Scotch. We polished that off pretty swiftly and, halfway through the next, Frank suddenly asked me what I thought about the assassination. I told him I was sorry for his family but after what that son of a bitch did to Marilyn – I had no personal love for the man. Suddenly, Frank started laughing like a maniac and when I asked him what he was laughing about, he said he had a confession to make; but if I ever told anyone about it I’d end up in a hole in the desert. I thought he was just drunk and boasting so I said, “Sure Frank, spill your guts and I won’t tell another living soul.”

Well what he said next has been eating away at my conscience for over 30 years. He told me that the wrong man had been accused of killing the president and ole Harvey Oswald had been set up to take the fall. Still thinking he was just kidding around I said “Sure Frank, how come you know so much about it?”. Suddenly Sinatra approached me, put both hands firmly on my shoulders and looked me straight in the eye. “I know about it Deano because I was the man who shot JFK”.

Now Frank was known for talking all kinds of bull and, at first, I thought he was just taking a joke too far – but then he told me how he had been at a card game on November 19th with Mickey Rooney, Tony Curtis, Peter Lawford and Mob boss Sam Giancana. He said everyone was pretty drunk and Sam got talking about how he rigged the New York vote to get Kennedy elected but the President was still busting his balls left, right, and centre. Then the conversation turned to what that son of a bitch did to Marilyn; Giancana got angry and exclaimed, “Will no-one rid me of this turbulent President?” With that, Frank said he excused himself from the table to take a leak and decided he was going to charter a plane to Dallas and assassinate Kennedy.

“It was easy Deano”, he told me, “I borrowed a rifle from Lauren Bacall and jumped on a plane to Dallas. Next thing I know it’s lunch time and I’m stood behind this grassy knoll holding half a bottle of tequila and a 6.5 mm Carcano. I saw the Presidents Limo go past, fired off a couple of shots and then wandered off to find a 7-Eleven.”

I asked Frank how Oswald got caught up in the mess and he said he had “No idea,” but it was – “Probably something to do with the Cubans”.

You know I’ve kept that secret for so long but now I’m on my way out, I thought it was high time the truth came out.

Obviously Martin’s revelations are already sending shock waves around the world and we will keep you updated on the fallout, as it happens.

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21 thoughts on “DID FRANK SINATRA KILL JFK?”

  1. This is upsetting…Frank told after he called me from the 7Eleven to pick him up, that I would be the only one who knew that he had shot the President. Come to think of it, he also told me that I was his only true love.

    1. They were. 7-11s were HQd in Dallas since 1927. Their hours of business were 7 AM to 11 PM. It’s parent company started in Japan.

  2. Can’t believe such crap could see the light of day. mob involvement sounds reasonable given kidnaping o FS JR but Frank the assassin. No way no how!!

  3. Do u. Really think that f.a.s. Made a shot like think about the wind a car that is moving let that shit go

  4. Well, you never can tell. What’s the old saying? Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction? I do think it was a racket hit. And Jack Ruby had racket connections. He shot Oswald to keep him quiet about whatever Oswald knew too. I’m wondering if we’ll ever really know the truth about the JFK assassination.

  5. Don’t you recognize the plagiarism from the death of St. Thomas Becket when you see it? “Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?” were the words uttered by King Henry II that led to the murder of St. Thomas. This story is just laughable, esp. to those who have studied how JFK was killed.

  6. do over yes it true frank sinatra and joe dimaagio killed jfk read free OPERATION MAGGIO JFK scribd.com

  7. do over yes it true frank sinatra and joe dimaagio killed jfk read free OPERATION MAGGIO JFK scribd.com

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