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The assassination of President Kennedy is the subject of thousands of classified documents that would be made public the following week, despite efforts by many federal agencies to keep them hidden.
More than 15,000 records from the time of Lee Harvey Oswald’s death are still hidden away in the National Archives, including dozens thought by experts to show the CIA’s involvement in the assassination directly.
After Joe Biden ordered a review of the records, it is expected that many of the files that are still restricted will be made public by December 15; last year, 1500 files were made public.
A New York attorney has filed a federal lawsuit against his administration. He learned that the CIA, FBI, DEA, and other agencies make every effort to keep the files secret, which lends further credence to the claims of conspiracy theorists.
“Jefferson Morley, the Vice President of the Mary Ferrell Foundation – one of the US’ largest sources of assassination records – said there are at least 16,000 documents yet to be released,” according to The Daily Mail.
44 of them, in his opinion, contain details regarding a clandestine CIA scheme involving Cuba that intimately implicated Oswald.
The Mary Ferrell Foundation is one of many clients of Larry Schnapf, a New York attorney who filed the case in October requesting the release of all JFK-related records against the Biden cabinet and the National Archives.
It follows Schnapf’s disclosure to POLITICO that the CIA, FBI, and DEA went to considerable pains to prevent the papers from being made public by obtaining internal communications between the National Archives and various government agencies via a Freedom of Information Act request.
According to the lawsuit, the government violated the JFK Records Act of 1992’s requirement to reveal all information within 25 years of the assassination.
Well over 7 in 10 Americans would like the government to disclose the last remaining classified document, according to a Tuesday NBC survey.
According to Bendixen & Amandi pollster Fernand Amandi, “There’s not a lot that unites a lot of American voters these days, but one of the few things that does is to see President Biden release the long-overdue JFK files as he promised.”
The public release of the documents has been repeatedly demanded by several Kennedy family members, with Robert Kennedy Jr. reiterating last year: “It’s an outrage. It’s an outrage against American democracy. We’re not supposed to have secret governments within the government.”
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“More than 1,500 previously classified JFK assassination files were released last December, after months of delays by Biden who had promised to make them public but then stalled, blaming the delay on the pandemic,” The Mail added.
The documents released on December 15, 2021 include memos detailing anonymous phone calls to the US embassy in Canberra, Australia, a year before the shooting, in which the caller said the Soviet Government was plotting to kill Kennedy. CONTINUE READING…