JFK Assassination Files, documents released by the National Archives

The National Archives and Records Administration released thousands of previously classified files related to the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy.

At the age of 46, Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963 while his motorcade was driving through Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas.

1992 Congress enacted the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act, the “instructed that all materials related to the assassination be placed in a single collection within the National Archives and Records Administration.” The JFK Act required that all records related to the assassination of JFK be released by October 2017, unless the Disclosure would harm national security or intelligence sources, or violate privacy.

Last year, President Joe Biden delayed the latest release of government documents because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Thursday, the National Archives released a trove of 13,173 formerly classified documents related to the assassination of the 35th President of the United States. Before Thursday’s release, the National Archives had released about 55,000 documents.

Politically reported that the release would not satisfy conspiracy theorists, and the files claim that Lee Harvey Oswald was the assassin.

“The authors of the bill said they hoped to quell growing public speculation that there was a conspiracy to Kennedy’s death, particularly the rampant skepticism fueled by Oliver Stone’s star-studded, conspiracy-laden film ‘JFK’ the year before.” , CIA sources allegedly said. “Officials say the material set for release today does not contain any apparent bombs; there will be no indication that Oswald was not the shooter in Dealey Plaza or, as many Americans believe, that there was a conspiracy in Kennedy’s death.”

The sources claim, “The new information will be intriguing to historians and assassination researchers who have spent nearly six decades trying to connect the dots about a turning point in American history — and trying to understand what possible justification the government might have for to withhold information about the assassination of a President.”

You can see the newly released JFK assassination files at the National Archives website.

Biden signed one on Thursday supreme command set a new deadline of June 30, 2023 for national archives and federal agencies to release the remaining files.

“At my direction, the authorities have undertaken an extensive effort to review the entire set of nearly 16,000 records previously released in redacted form and determined that more than 70 percent of those records can now be released in full,” Biden said . “This significant disclosure reflects my administration’s commitment to transparency and will provide the American public with greater insight and understanding of the government’s investigation into this tragic event in American history.”

Biden’s order said: “Agencies must not propose further redacting of information except where the redacting is necessary to protect against apparent harm to military defense, intelligence operations, law enforcement, or the conduct of foreign relations that is so serious.” is that he outweighs the public interest in disclosure.”

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Laura Coffey

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