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Marilyn Monroe

Case study on her death

Guadalupe Carrillo

on 22 March 2013

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Transcript of Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe Guadalupe & Carlos Monroe's Mystery June 1,1926 - August 5,1962 Romance Introduction : Continued ... Overdose? Marilyn Monroe was born as Norma Jeane Mortenson
Birthplace: Los Angeles, California
Born on June 1,1926 and Died August 4th, 1962
Marilyn Monroe was an ionic American model,actress,and major sex symbol of the 1950s and 1960s R.I.P The Cost of Fame Homicide or Murder ? Dr. Noguchi found no sign of drugs in either Monroe’s stomach or digestive tract, an indication that whatever had killed her was introduced by a method other than oral. She was found face down to "lividity due to a purplish discoloration due to the blood settling indicating she had died on her back. http://www.who2.com/ask/marilynmonroe.html&adt=0
http://www.angelfire.com/stars/mmgoddess/TOXICOLOGY.html At the age of 36 she was found dead in Brentwood home at 12305 Fifth Helena Drive
Her body was discovered in the early hours of the morning by her psychiatrist Ralph Greenson and the housekeeper Eunice Murray.
Doctor Thomas Noguchi ruled the death to be acute barbiturate poisoning and probable suicide. Work Cited Funeral After Marilyn's autopsy her body was released to her family but her mother who was institutionalized did not accept it
Joe DiMaggio claimed her remains instead and was set at rest on August 8,1962 in Los Angeles Westwood Memorial Park in the Corridor of Memories To Rest and Never Awake ... Marilyn had slipped into a coma caused by an overdose of sleeping pills she would stay unconscious and never awake
As for the toxicologist report written by Noguchi showed 4.5 milligrams of phentobarbital and 8 milligrams of chloral hydrate in the bloodstream He also stated when tested on the kidney,stomach,urine,and intestine would have showed how the drug entered her body Thus knowing the mystery behind her romance with the Roosevelt brothers and with the unrealistic expectations of becoming the first lady
Which threatened the presidency and political goals and their private lives Marilyn was involved with them and also their enemies,foreign and domestic,anyone of whom might have chosen as way to take over the presidency Others of a different mind such as Jack Clemmons begged to differ, the Los Angeles Police Sergeant and first officer on the scene called it murder: "Marilyn was lying face down in what I call the soldier's position," stated Clemmons. "Her hands were by her side and her legs were stretched out perfectly straight. It was the most obviously staged death scene I have ever seen. The pill bottles on her bedside table had been arranged in neat order and the body deliberately positioned. It all looked too tidy." Death According to Noguchi the only way she could have died was by a needle a injection because there was no case of a high concentration of the dose by oral ingestion
Modern world of forensics medicine gave the final verdict of Marilyn Monroe to be a homicide victim
Till this day Marilyn's death is still in doubt whether it was a murder or not Also including minor bruises on her body along with discoloration of fingernails and mucous membranes indicating that death was quick
When asking for the results again they had vanished .....
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