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In October , one month before his assassination, Kennedy wrote a letter to Mary Meyer, imploring her to join him for a tryst.

I know it is unwise, irrational, and that you may hate it — on the other hand you may not — and I will love it.

You say that it is good for me not to get what I want. After all of these years — you should give me a more loving answer than that.

On October 12, , Pinchot Meyer finished a painting and went for her customary daily walk along the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal towpath in Georgetown.

Mechanic Henry Wiggins was trying to fix a car on Canal Road and heard a woman cry out, "Someone help me, someone help me.

Approximately forty minutes after the murder, Washington D. Police Detective John Warner spotted a soaking-wet African American man named Ray Crump about a quarter of a mile from the murder scene.

Mitchell, came forward and told police that when jogging on the towpath the preceding day, he had seen a black man trailing a white woman he believed was Mary Meyer.

On the strength of the statements of these two witnesses, Crump was indicted without a preliminary hearing. Post-trial revelations, however, appear to further corroborate his innocence in the Meyer murder, notably the likely presence of another black man at the scene after his arrest and the fact that the police search for his jacket was dispatched 15 minutes before his arrest.

Cord Meyer left the CIA in In his autobiography Facing Reality: From World Federalism to the CIA he wrote, "I was satisfied by the conclusions of the police investigation that Mary had been the victim of a sexually motivated assault by a single individual and that she had been killed in her struggle to escape.

Kennedy and that they smoked marijuana in a White House bedroom. Truitt said the two would "usually have drinks or dinner alone or sometimes with one of the aides", and claimed that Meyer offered marijuana cigarettes to Kennedy after one such meeting on April 16, Contradicting his earlier account with the Enquirer , Truitt said Kennedy gave the marijuana to Meyer.

Truitt acknowledged that he received payment from the Enquirer , but did not disclose the amount of payment. Truitt advised all of them, including Angleton, of the existence of the Pinchot Meyer diary and the urgent need to retrieve it, given its details of her affair with President Kennedy during the last two years of his life.

Bradlee says he and his wife arrived at the studio with tools to obtain entry, since they had no key, and upon arriving they found Angleton in the process of picking the lock with special tools he had for that purpose.

Bradlee answered in the affirmative, but gave no indication of any difficulty in entering the padlocked premises, nor of the presence of anyone else accompanying him in this endeavor.

Asked by Hantman, "Now besides the usual articles of Mrs. Upon learning years later of the existence, contents and alleged burning of the diary, prosecutor Alfred Hantman and defense attorney Dovey Johnson Roundtree, as well as D.

Police Detective Bernie Crooke, stated that knowledge of that information at the time of the trial would have materially affected the proceedings. Bradlee told thirty years later in his autobiography Had I been aware of it, I would have felt compelled to pursue it.

In , former Harvard University psychology lecturer Timothy Leary claimed that in the spring of , Pinchot Meyer, who, according to her biographer Nina Burleigh "wore manners and charm like a second skin", [22] told Leary she was taking part in a plan to avert worldwide nuclear war by convincing powerful male members of the Washington establishment to take mind-altering drugs, which would presumably lead them to conclude that the Cold War was meaningless.

According to Leary, Meyer had sought him out for the purpose of learning how to conduct LSD sessions with these powerful men, including, she strongly implied, President John F.

Kennedy, who was then her lover. Leary alleged that Pinchot Meyer told him she had shared in this plan with at least seven other Washington socialite friends who held similar political views and were trying to supply LSD to a small circle of high-ranking government officials.

Leary also claimed that Pinchot Meyer had asked him for help while in a state of fear for her own life after the assassination of President Kennedy.

He was changing too fast I gotta come see you. But the timing of her visits to Timothy Leary do coincide with her known private meetings with the president.

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Defendant ; Criminal Case No. And whose finger pulled the trigger — if there was really a gun involved at all? Most women in s Georgetown were more Jackie than Marilyn: Mary Pinchot Meyer existed outside of those appearances and expectations.

An artist, she regularly carried a pouch of pot and acid with her, never ceasing to inspire fascination among the Georgetown elite. The two of them had three boys together and lived in Washington, D.

At home, Meyer painted and raised their boys. Afraid they would be late for dinner, the brothers ran home that evening, crossing a busy street in Georgetown.

Quenty made the cross but Michael was hit by a car, killing him instantly. Meyer then had custody of her two remaining sons with whom she lived in a house owned by Bradlee.

Kennedy and his wife, Jackie. Wikimedia Commons John F. Shortly before his assassination, John F. Kennedy penned a letter to her imploring her to visit him.

You say that it is good for me not to get what I want. After all of these years — you should give me a more loving answer than that.

Though that may have been one missed connection, JFK entertained Mary Meyer on a semi-regular basis from early until his death in , usually when his wife was away.

Some accounts imply that not only was her relationship with JFK a sexual one, but may have also been drug-motivated. But what really made Meyer dangerous to JFK was her mind: She was a liberally minded person with strong feelings about U.

Her beliefs were not necessarily unfounded, either. In fact, she dropped acid and painted abstract art with infamous drug evangelist Timothy Leary.

And while it may seem unusual for a woman like that to be so close with the president himself, Mary Pinchot Meyer indeed was.

That said, by the time JFK was assassinated on November 22, , Mary had not been with him for quite some time.

On October 12, , just two days shy of her 44th birthday, Mary Pinchot Meyer finished a painting at around noon.

She pet the head of her cat, which had just given birth to yet another litter of kittens, their little mewls carrying up into the rafters of her studio as she worked.

She walked down the street toward the the path entrance. A black car with tinted windows stopped her. When Meyer looked up, she smiled. The car held Polly Wisner, a friend departing for London with her husband, who would be stationed there as a CIA operative.

She continued down the road to the towpath, walking along the Potomac River. Opposite of where she strolled along the path, on the roadway on the other side of the canal, two mechanics — Henry Wiggins and William Branch — were getting ready to tow a stalled car that had been abandoned on the roadway.

Wiggins later testified that he looked up after he heard the scream, the two gunshots, and saw a black man standing over the body of a white woman on the other side of the canal.

He got into his tow truck to drive a mile or so up the road to the gas station where he worked. He called the police and reported the gun shots.

With a lot of holes in the story from there on out, we may never know for sure what happened next. But the prosecutor later testified that the police arrived at the scene as early as between Also odd was the fact that no one called an ambulance.

Wiggins, only seeing the scene from across the canal, could not have known for sure that the woman was dead — so why did only the homicide squad arrive on scene following police notification?

Another peculiarity came up in trial: The court requested a work ticket from the garage, and found none, nor did it find a record of who owned the car.

It also seemed strange that, only Wiggins, Branch, and a man who worked for the government — Lt. William Mitchell, who had passed Meyer as he jogged through the park just before she was shot — had any idea of what had transpired.

And the story gets even weirder from there: Mitchell, it would come to pass, was just one alias used by a man who worked for the CIA.

A later investigation into his identity would reveal no record of a William Mitchell at Georgetown, making some wonder just who he was — and why he was jogging past Meyer moments before she was killed.

There was, of course, one other key player: Crump had a violent past, a criminal history, and was still in the park when the police arrived.

Mary was also the niece of Gifford Pinchot , a noted conservationist and two-time Governor of Pennsylvania. She started dating William Attwood in and, while with him at a dance held at Choate , first met John F.

After her graduation from Vassar in , Meyer became a journalist, writing for the United Press and Mademoiselle. As a pacifist and member of the American Labor Party , she came under scrutiny by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Pinchot met Cord Meyer in when he was a Marine Corps lieutenant who had lost his left eye because of shrapnel injuries received in combat. The two had similar pacifist views and beliefs in world government and married on April 19, That spring they both attended the UN Conference on International Organization in San Francisco , during which the United Nations was founded, Cord as an aide of Harold Stassen and Pinchot as a reporter for a newspaper syndication service.

She later worked for a time as an editor for Atlantic Monthly. Their eldest child Quentin was born in November , followed by Michael in , after which Pinchot became a homemaker, although she attended classes at the Art Students League of New York.

Meanwhile, her husband began to re-evaluate his notions of world government as members of the Communist Party USA infiltrated the international organizations he had founded.

It is unknown when he first began secretly working with the Central Intelligence Agency , but in Allen Dulles approached Cord Meyer; he became an employee of the CIA and was soon a "principal operative" of Operation Mockingbird , a covert operation meant to sway American print and broadcast media toward the CIA line.

He used contacts from his covert operations in Operation Mockingbird to approach several New York publishers for a job but was rebuffed.

During the summer of , John F. Although this tragedy briefly brought Mary and Cord Meyer closer for a time, Mary filed for divorce in After the divorce, Pinchot Meyer and her two surviving sons moved to Georgetown.

Nina Burleigh , in her book A Very Private Woman , writes that after the divorce Meyer became "a well-bred ingenue out looking for fun and getting in trouble along the way.

Pinchot Meyer visited John F. Kennedy at the White House in October and their relationship became intimate. Rumors and tabloid press reports of her affair with Kennedy [19] [20] were confirmed by her brother-in-law, Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee , in his autobiography A Good Life.

Jack was in love with Mary Meyer. He was certainly smitten with her, he was heavily smitten. He was very frank with me about it. In October , one month before his assassination, Kennedy wrote a letter to Mary Meyer, imploring her to join him for a tryst.

I know it is unwise, irrational, and that you may hate it — on the other hand you may not — and I will love it.

You say that it is good for me not to get what I want. After all of these years — you should give me a more loving answer than that.

On October 12, , Pinchot Meyer finished a painting and went for her customary daily walk along the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal towpath in Georgetown.

Mechanic Henry Wiggins was trying to fix a car on Canal Road and heard a woman cry out, "Someone help me, someone help me. Approximately forty minutes after the murder, Washington D.

Police Detective John Warner spotted a soaking-wet African American man named Ray Crump about a quarter of a mile from the murder scene. Mitchell, came forward and told police that when jogging on the towpath the preceding day, he had seen a black man trailing a white woman he believed was Mary Meyer.

On the strength of the statements of these two witnesses, Crump was indicted without a preliminary hearing. Post-trial revelations, however, appear to further corroborate his innocence in the Meyer murder, notably the likely presence of another black man at the scene after his arrest and the fact that the police search for his jacket was dispatched 15 minutes before his arrest.

Cord Meyer left the CIA in In his autobiography Facing Reality: From World Federalism to the CIA he wrote, "I was satisfied by the conclusions of the police investigation that Mary had been the victim of a sexually motivated assault by a single individual and that she had been killed in her struggle to escape.

Kennedy and that they smoked marijuana in a White House bedroom. Truitt said the two would "usually have drinks or dinner alone or sometimes with one of the aides", and claimed that Meyer offered marijuana cigarettes to Kennedy after one such meeting on April 16, Contradicting his earlier account with the Enquirer , Truitt said Kennedy gave the marijuana to Meyer.

Truitt acknowledged that he received payment from the Enquirer , but did not disclose the amount of payment.

Truitt advised all of them, including Angleton, of the existence of the Pinchot Meyer diary and the urgent need to retrieve it, given its details of her affair with President Kennedy during the last two years of his life.

Bradlee says he and his wife arrived at the studio with tools to obtain entry, since they had no key, and upon arriving they found Angleton in the process of picking the lock with special tools he had for that purpose.

Bradlee answered in the affirmative, but gave no indication of any difficulty in entering the padlocked premises, nor of the presence of anyone else accompanying him in this endeavor.

Asked by Hantman, "Now besides the usual articles of Mrs. Upon learning years later of the existence, contents and alleged burning of the diary, prosecutor Alfred Hantman and defense attorney Dovey Johnson Roundtree, as well as D.

Police Detective Bernie Crooke, stated that knowledge of that information at the time of the trial would have materially affected the proceedings.

Kennedy and his wife, Jackie. Wikimedia Commons John F. Shortly before his assassination, John F. Kennedy penned a letter to her imploring her to visit him.

You say that it is good for me not to get what I want. After all of these years — you should give me a more loving answer than that.

Though that may have been one missed connection, JFK entertained Mary Meyer on a semi-regular basis from early until his death in , usually when his wife was away.

Some accounts imply that not only was her relationship with JFK a sexual one, but may have also been drug-motivated. But what really made Meyer dangerous to JFK was her mind: She was a liberally minded person with strong feelings about U.

Her beliefs were not necessarily unfounded, either. In fact, she dropped acid and painted abstract art with infamous drug evangelist Timothy Leary.

And while it may seem unusual for a woman like that to be so close with the president himself, Mary Pinchot Meyer indeed was. That said, by the time JFK was assassinated on November 22, , Mary had not been with him for quite some time.

On October 12, , just two days shy of her 44th birthday, Mary Pinchot Meyer finished a painting at around noon.

She pet the head of her cat, which had just given birth to yet another litter of kittens, their little mewls carrying up into the rafters of her studio as she worked.

She walked down the street toward the the path entrance. A black car with tinted windows stopped her. When Meyer looked up, she smiled.

The car held Polly Wisner, a friend departing for London with her husband, who would be stationed there as a CIA operative.

She continued down the road to the towpath, walking along the Potomac River. Opposite of where she strolled along the path, on the roadway on the other side of the canal, two mechanics — Henry Wiggins and William Branch — were getting ready to tow a stalled car that had been abandoned on the roadway.

Wiggins later testified that he looked up after he heard the scream, the two gunshots, and saw a black man standing over the body of a white woman on the other side of the canal.

He got into his tow truck to drive a mile or so up the road to the gas station where he worked. He called the police and reported the gun shots.

With a lot of holes in the story from there on out, we may never know for sure what happened next. But the prosecutor later testified that the police arrived at the scene as early as between Also odd was the fact that no one called an ambulance.

Wiggins, only seeing the scene from across the canal, could not have known for sure that the woman was dead — so why did only the homicide squad arrive on scene following police notification?

Another peculiarity came up in trial: The court requested a work ticket from the garage, and found none, nor did it find a record of who owned the car.

It also seemed strange that, only Wiggins, Branch, and a man who worked for the government — Lt. William Mitchell, who had passed Meyer as he jogged through the park just before she was shot — had any idea of what had transpired.

And the story gets even weirder from there: Mitchell, it would come to pass, was just one alias used by a man who worked for the CIA.

A later investigation into his identity would reveal no record of a William Mitchell at Georgetown, making some wonder just who he was — and why he was jogging past Meyer moments before she was killed.

There was, of course, one other key player: Crump had a violent past, a criminal history, and was still in the park when the police arrived.

He then shot her twice — once in the head, and once in the back, which punctured her aorta — at point-blank range. A young reporter named Lance Marrow had heard the call for the police on the scanner, and had raced from his office to the park.

He later wrote about it for Smithsonian Magazine:. I approached the body of Mary Pinchot Meyer and stood over it, weirdly and awkwardly alone as the police advanced from either direction.

She lay on her side, as if sleeping. She was dressed in a light blue fluffy angora sweater, pedal pushers and sneakers.

She was an artist and had a studio nearby, and she had gone out for her usual lunchtime walk. I saw a neat and almost bloodless bullet hole in her head.

She looked entirely peaceful, vaguely patrician.

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