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Did Jackie Kennedy's jealous lover order the assassination of her beloved brother-in-law Bobby?
|Contributor||The Sunset Provision |
|Last Edited||The Sunset Provision Sep 11, 2008 01:25am|
|Media||Newspaper - Daily Mail|
|News Date||Thursday, September 11, 2008 07:00:00 AM UTC0:0|
|Description||Aristotle Onassis knew that the man he hated - and feared - the most, the one man who could have thwarted his plans, would soon be in the crosshairs of an assassin's gun. |
The deal had been done, and, determined to be someplace else when the shots were fired, he was beginning the slow voyage back to Europe aboard his yacht, Christina. He could not have been happier.
A few days earlier, Jackie Kennedy had disembarked after a six-day cruise in the Caribbean.
Each afternoon she had slipped into his stateroom to make love, and in the evenings, the woman known as the Holy Widow had encouraged her lover's reminiscences, allowed him to light her cigarettes and confessed to him her likes and dislikes.