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Release of classified JFK assassination files delayed

By T.K. Randall
October 25, 2021 · Comment icon 23 comments

What do the unreleased files reveal about the assassination ? Image Credit: PD
Sensitive classified documents pertaining to the assassination of John F Kennedy had been due for release.
Back in 2017, former President Donald Trump released thousands of previously classified files on the assassination, however several others were withheld due to security concerns.

While these remaining files had been due for release, the White House has now confirmed that it will not be making them available to the public until December 15th, 2022.

According to reports, this is due to how the pandemic has delayed efforts to review the documents.
President Joe Biden has also weighed in on the matter, stating that the delay is "necessary to protect against identifiable harm to the military defense, intelligence operations, law enforcement, or the conduct of foreign relations".

The original investigation into the assassination of John F Kennedy has long been criticized for being incomplete, with many arguing that Lee Harvey Oswald had not acted alone.

Whether or not the unreleased files contain evidence of this however remains to be seen.

Source: CBS News | Comments (23)

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Comment icon #14 Posted by Freez1 3 years ago
The only reason these files will never be fully released is because he was targeted by our own.
Comment icon #15 Posted by llegendary 3 years ago
It's not as if the entire intelligence community could be against a sitting President or anything........never would happen today.....
Comment icon #16 Posted by Dr. Zodiac 3 years ago
Lets. follow the trails. -What incentive did a Mob associate have for shooting Oswald? -Did Oswald act alone? It's possible. And very likely. Or some one shooter could have. -Was Oswald affiliated with the CIA? Definitely there's a known trail. Pay checks as well as the number he tried calling in custody was for a CIA handler and intelligence operative. Could the CIA knowing his CIA affiliation have wanted to silence him? They knew he was crazy and working for them. Perhaps they used mob contacts to stop him. Perhaps an early MK Ultra? Ruby had deadly cancer too how odd of a situation.
Comment icon #17 Posted by Eldorado 2 years ago
Is Biden blocking the JFK assassination files over hidden bombshells?
Comment icon #18 Posted by Still Waters 2 years ago
US releases 1,500 documents about JFK assassination inquiry The National Archives on Wednesday made public nearly 1,500 documents related to the US government’s investigation into the 1963 assassination of John F Kennedy. The disclosure of secret cables, internal memos and other documents satisfies a deadline set in October by Joe Biden and is in keeping with a federal statute that calls for the release of records in the government’s possession. Additional documents are expected to be made public next year. There was no immediate indication that the records contained revelations that coul... [More]
Comment icon #19 Posted by godnodog 2 years ago
Are they afraid the documents will get covid?
Comment icon #20 Posted by Tatetopa 2 years ago
Nothing changes does it?  If you think you already know what happened then you can fit this in to your theory anyway.  You can assume they didn't release the "important" documents. 
Comment icon #21 Posted by Trelane 2 years ago
Delaying the full unredacted report just continues to fuel the CTs. I do wonder what is in those documents that still is so important that causes the delay.
Comment icon #22 Posted by qxcontinuum 2 years ago
Links to secret organizations 
Comment icon #23 Posted by Eldorado 1 year ago
The White House has ordered the release of thousands of documents on the murder of US President John F Kennedy in full for the first time. With the publication of some 13,173 files online, the White House said more than 97% of records in the collection were now publicly available. No huge revelations are expected from the papers, but historians hope to learn more about the alleged assassin.

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