Friday, October 27, 2017

The White House Releases 2800 Files On JFK Assasination

 President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy smile at the crowds lining their motorcade route in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963m just moments before he was assassinated as they car passed through Dealey Plaza

Trove of files were published on the National Archives website Thursday night, but President Donald Trump has kept at least 300 documents back so federal agencies can black out portions.

The tranche of documents reveal that the Soviets were just as obsessed with conspiracy theories surrounding Kennedy's death as the rest of the world.  

                 The third page of the document talks of a possible conspiracy, according to the FBI's source at the time
                    In one FBI document dated December 1, 1963, from director J Edgar Hoover, the agency reveals everything it has learned about the Soviet reaction to the JFK's assassination and what its agents might have known about Oswald

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