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CIA Asset Dorothy Kilgallen Turned on the Agency After JFK’s Murder & was Silenced by a Fatal Drug Overdose (Not a Conspiracy Theory)

Alex Constantine - November 24, 2023

Her killer was ADAM RON PATAKY - a CIA Mockingbird - newspaper columnist with a criminal record  (attempted murder) turned evangelical Christian psychological counselor

Compilation by Alex Constantine

Reporter Mark Shaw and Rupert Murdoch's New York Post have attempted to pin blame for Dorothy Kilgellen's murder on the Mafia. There is no evidence to support the allegation. But there is substantial evidence connecting the CIA to her "suicide" ...


" ... In the recent release of the JFK files on October 26, 2017, a file entitled “DOROTHY KILGALLEN” by Richard Nixon was released but it’s contents remain sealed due to reasons of national security."



Late Night Comedian Jack Paar Revealed on his Show that Dorothy Kilgallen was a CIA Dupe:

Lee IRsrael, Kilgallen (1979)

"There had been some snide little items about her (Dorothy Kilgallen) in the columns, an occasional short profile in the magazines, and frequent strafing from television performers. Jack Paar led the pack in 1960, taking up Sinatra's slack. That tempestuous round began when Dorothy swiped at him in the column over his impassioned support of Fidel Castro. She was violently opposed to the new Cuban leader and peppered her column with anti-Castro items, many of which appear to have been fed to her by Miami-based exiles or CIA fronts on an almost daily basis. [Jack] Paar retaliated on his prime-time, high-rated television show."

Kilgallen Interviews Jack Ruby

Lee Israel, Kilgallen (1979)

During one of her (Kilgallen’s) visits - sometime in March, before the verdict – she prevailed upon Joe Tonahill to make arrangements through Judge Brown for a private interview with Jack Ruby.

Brown, awestruck by Dorothy, acceded readily to Tonahill’s request. The meeting room in the jailhouse was bugged, and Tonahill suspected that Brown’s chambers were as well. Brown and Tonahill chose a small office off the courtroom behind the judge’s bench. They asked Ruby’s ubiquitous flank of four sheriff’s guards to consent to remain outside the room.

Dorothy was standing by the room during a noon recess. Ruby appeared with Tonahill. The three entered the room and closed the door. The defendant and Dorothy stood facing each other, spoke of their mutual friend, and indicated that they wanted to be left alone. Tonahill withdrew. They were together privately for about eight minutes, in what may

have been the only safe house Ruby had occupied since his arrest.

Dorothy would mention the fact of the interview to close friends, but never the substance. Not once, in her prolific published writings, did she so much as refer to the private interview. Whatever notes she took during her time alone with Jack Ruby in the small office off the judge’s bench were included in a file she began to assemble on the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

) Eric Paddon, Dorothy Kilgallen and the JFK Assassination (2002)

Kilgallen ran one last column on the JFK assassination on September 3, 1965. It was little more than a rehash of questions surrounding the photos, and an assertion that if Marina Oswald could explain the "real story" it would undoubtedly cause a "sensation." She closed by vowing, "This story isn't going to die as long as there's a real reporter alive - and there are a lot of them."

She evidently found time to investigate one lead on her own in New Orleans. Her make-up artist for "What's My Line?" recalled Kilgallen telling him in October that she had planned to go to New Orleans to meet someone who would give her "information on the case." The appendix to Israel's book indicates that the contact was either Jim Garrison or one of his associates. This would make a great deal of sense.

Researcher John Simkin on Ron Patasky and Dorothy Kilgallen's death:

Adam Ronald Pataky was born in Danville, Illinois, on 21st May, 1935. His father owned a heating and air conditioning business [in Fairfax, Virginia and Bethesda, Maryland, a few other cities]. In 1950 the family moved to Columbus, Ohio. After high school Pataky attended Stanford University but failed to graduate.

Pataky returned to Columbus and graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in journalism in 1959. In 1961, he was hired as a film and drama critic for the Columbus Citizen-Journal.

In June, 1964, Pataky went on a trip paid for by Twentieth Century-Fox who used it to publicize three of its films: The Sound of MusicThe Agony and the Ecstasy and Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines. On the trip he met and began a relationship with fellow journalist, Dorothy Kilgallen. This relationship was kept a secret. In her book, Kilgallen (1979), Lee Israel gives Pataky the name of "Out-of-Towner". Apparently Pataky went up to Kilgallen and asked her if she was Clare Booth Luce.

It has been suggested by John Simkin that Kilgallen suspected that "Out-of-Towner" was a CIA spy. She therefore told her friends this is what he said so that if anything happened to her, a future investigator would realize that he was a CIA agent with links to Clare Booth Luce.

On 8th November, 1965, Dorothy Kilgallen, was found dead in her New York apartment. She was fully dressed and sitting upright in her bed. The police reported that she had died from taking a cocktail of alcohol and barbiturates. The notes for the chapter she was writing on the assassination of John F. Kennedy had disappeared.

Some of her friends believed Kilgallen had been murdered. Marc Sinclaire was Kilgallen's personal hairdresser. He often woke Kilgallen in the morning. Kilgallen was usually out to the early hours of the morning and like her husband always slept late. When he found her body he immediately concluded she had been murdered.

(1) Kilgallen was not sleeping in her normal bedroom. Instead she was in the master bedroom, a room she had not occupied for several years.

(2) Kilgallen was wearing false eyelashes. According to Sinclaire she always took her eyelashes off before she went to bed.

(3) She was found sitting up with the book, The Honey Badger, by Robert Ruark, on her lap. Sinclaire claims that she had finished reading the book several weeks earlier (she had discussed the book with Sinclaire at the time).

(4) Kilgallen had poor eyesight and could only read with the aid of glasses. Her glasses were not found in the bedroom where she died.

(5) Kilgallen was found wearing a bolero-type blouse over a nightgown. Sinclaire claimed that this was the kind of thing "she would never wear to go to bed". ...

Pataky left his job with the Columbus Citizen-Journal in 1980. He later worked as a artist-photographer. He also worked as a Christian counsellor. In 1993, the investigative reporter, David Herschel, discovered that "Out-of-Towner" was Pataky. In an interview with Herschel, Pataky admitted that he worked on articles about the assassination of John F. Kennedy with Dorothy Kilgallen. Pataky also confessed to meeting Kilgallen several times in the Regency Hotel. However, he denied Lee Israel's claim that he was with her on the night of her death.

In December, 2005, Lee Israel admitted that the "Out-of-Towner" was Ron Pataky and that "he had something to do with it (the murder of Dorothy Kilgallen)".


About that lethal barbiturate cocktail:

" ,,, In an initial autopsy report, a Brooklyn medical office, as opposed to the office in Manhattan where she lived, found her cause of death to be a lethal combination of alcohol and barbiturates.

"That report was later amended to note that the barbiturate originally found– Seconal, a sleeping pill for which she had been prescribed– was, in fact, a combination of Tuinal and Nembutal, which she did not have access to."


Ron Pataky, 46 years after Dorothy Kilgallen's death

"Addygrace" posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 06:47 AM

(A capsule summary of his life and newspaper career is posted here. Also an allegation that Pataky killed Kilgallen at the behest of the CIA. Closing paragraph:)

"Ron Pataky today is a Christian counsellor in Columbus seeing many clients. He works both for himself and Lighthouse Christian Counselling. He tells people that he is now (in 1993) getting his PhD. What they don't know is that he is using a diploma mill in Newburgh, Indiana called Trinity Theological Seminary. The American Council on Education knows it is a diploma mill. He also uses the CompuServe network, which has headquarters in Ohio."


Pataky's criminal history:

New Information Concerning Dorothy Kilgallen's Mysterious Death

Ron Patky appears to have been in New York at the time of the What's My Line? star's death, despite denials.

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