A Skeleton Key to the Gemstone File...
The Gemstone File is a phrase which originated in March 1975. It is part of the title of a document entitled A Skeleton Key to the Gemstone File. This 23-page outline was written by Stephanie Caruana, a
Bruce Porter Roberts says in his Gemstone File letters that he began sending out copies of what had been a private journal to selected people, including journalists, politicians, and heads of foreign states, in 1968. He claimed to have written letters to 27 heads of state which influenced the vote in the United Nations which ousted Taiwan from the United Nations and admitted
One controversial aspect of the Gemstone File is its portrayal of Aristotle Onassis as the main force behind the election of John F. Kennedy as President, and subsequently, Kennedy's assassination in 1963. According to Bruce Roberts' Gemstone papers, Lee Harvey Oswald was a participant in the JFK assassination plan. He was linked to the CIA, and to Mafia connections in New Orleans, Louisiana. But the role he was destined to play in the assassination was as the patsy. The Gemstone File names Jimmy Fratianno, Johnny Roselli, and Eugene Brading as the real shooters.
When Robert F. Kennedy decided to run for the Presidency, Aristotle Onassis ordered that he be assassinated. A hypnotized Sirhan Sirhan was allegedly set up to be the ostensible shooter. His wild shots peppered the room, but none of them hit Kennedy. According to the documents, the real shooter was Thane Cesar, a security guard at General Motors, which was secretly owned by Onassis, who was "lent" for the occasion to act as Robert Kennedy's bodyguard. Cesar was walking right behind Kennedy as they entered the Pantry area. While Sirhan Sirhan's shots flew around the room, Cesar lifted a small palm gun and shot Kennedy behind the ear. "The Second Gun," a documentary by Ted Chirach, covers this scenario.
Roberts' Gemstone papers also detail the involvement of Joseph P. Kennedy with the Mafia, and with Onassis. John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy attempted to break away from Onassis and the Mafia, and the CIA, and that is the basic reason they were shot.
The Gemstone File was written by an American, Bruce Roberts (1919-1976). The entire document is of unknown length, probably over 1,000 pages. A complete copy is not known to exist, but over 400 pages from the original (handwritten) file are in existence and available. 220 edited pages from Roberts' original hand-written letters and papers from the period of 1970-1975 are included in the book, "The Gemstone File: a Memoir," by Stephanie Caruana.
Kemo D. (a.k.a. no.7)