FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover kept the powerful Kennedy clan under his thumb with explosive top secret files detailing the family’s involvement in kinky sex romps, murder, bribery and treason! Now, a top government official tells The National ENQUIRER that the bombshell blackmail dossier — taken from Hoover’s office immediately after his death on May 2, 1972 — is STILL in existence and was used to control U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy until he died in 2009!
“The information in these files rewrites American history as we know it,” says the official, who claims to have read the FBI boss’ classified documents. “Hoover had the dirt on everyone who was anyone — but he particularly despised the Kennedys. He saw them as arrogant degenerates and a danger to America.” Joe Kennedy first landed in Hoover’s crosshairs when he got in bed with the Mafia and Irish racketeers to make an illicit fortune as a Prohibition bootlegger. The G-man tracked the elder Kennedy as he executed a number of massive insider trading moves that made millions and should have sent him to the slammer for decades.
Hoover also kept tabs on very married Joe’s forbidden romance with movie siren Gloria Swanson. When he was named U.S. ambassador to Great Britain before America entered World War II, Joe negotiated a $1 billion payoff from a high-level Nazi official to keep the U.S. neutral while Germany gobbled up Europe. Hoover went to Joe’s pal and political protector, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, with details of the damning deal. FDR was forced to fire Joe. But Hoover kept up the pressure. He compiled reports on JFK’s affair with a gal believed to be a Nazi spy. Agents secretly bugged the young naval intelligence officer’s sex romps with married Danish beauty Inga Arvad!
Later, the top G-man had key sections of the White House bugged — including the Lincoln Bedroom, the Oval Office and the area around the presidential pool, a lair for JFK’s sexual hijinks. The secret surveillance allowed Hoover to documented JFK’s White House trysts. The files report flings with at least 176 women, including hookers supplied by the Mob who were caught on 73 audio tapes!
The sizzling files also detail shocking star-studded orgies in JFK’s private suite at New York’s swanky Carlyle Hotel. One confidential memo states: “Jacqueline Hammond, age 40, has considerable information concerning sex parties … in which a number of persons participated. They included Robert F. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Teddy Kennedy, Sammy Davis Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lawford [Patricia, a Kennedy sister], Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe.” Monroe’s name “litters Hoover’s Kennedy blackmail files,” said the top government official. “Marilyn couldn’t sneeze without Hoover knowing about it.”
Federal agents acting on Hoover’s orders tracked the “Some Like It Hot” beauty’s travels to Mexico, opened her letters to JFK pal Frank Sinatra and bugged her Brentwood, Calif., bungalow. “He had actual tape recordings of JFK and Bobby making love to Monroe,” said the official. “Hoover knew JFK was dumping her before Marilyn did! And he had the proof Bobby masterminded Monroe’s murder with the help of their brother-in-law, actor Peter Lawford.”
Surprisingly, Hoover had nailed RFK long before Monroe’s death on Aug. 5, 1962, says another source. In shocking field reports filed in the 1950s, agents reveal confidential snitches accused Bobby of accepting bribes when he was an assistant counsel to a U.S. Senate committee headed by anti-Commie witch hunter Joe McCarthy. The files say Bobby got investigators to go easy on Monroe’s liberal playwright hubby, Arthur Miller, in exchange for drug-fueled sex romps with the actress.
Meanwhile, McCarthy’s right-hand man Roy Cohn, a Kennedy enemy, told FBI informants Bobby took cash bribes to steer investigators away from crooked union groups! “Hoover also knew all about Bobby’s fling with his brother’s widow, Jackie, after JFK’s assassination,” said the government official. “He also knew Jackie evened the score with JFK by bedding Italian tycoon Gianni Agnelli, movie stud William Holden and Sinatra. Later, he documented her tryst with Teddy after she became the widow of Greek millionaire Aristotle Onassis.”
Hoover’s file on Ted was “very thick,” says another source. In addition to his womanizing and boozing, the dossier contains proof he murdered pretty 28-year-old campaign worker Mary Jo Kopechne in July 1969. “She didn’t drown after Teddy’s car drove off the Chappaquiddick bridge,” said the official. “She was dead before the car hit the water, according to Hoover’s files. "Kennedy murdered her when she became a threat — and staged the ‘accident’ to cover up the real crime! He bribed authorities to let him off with a suspended sentence — and got away with murder,” the official said. “But he and the rest of the Kennedys couldn’t escape Hoover, who used the dossier to hang on to his job.”