Skip to comments.25th JFK Assassination Secrets Scheduled for 2017 Release
Posted on 01/03/2017 11:03:44 AM PST by RC one
The tortured path that began with a left turn onto Dealey Plaza on Nov. 22, 1963, will find its unlikely end point this October in College Park, Md. At a National Archives annex, the last remaining documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy are being readied for release.
Under the terms of the 1992 JFK Records Acta result of Oliver Stones 1991 movie JFK, which revived fascination with the idea of a cover-upthe government was given 25 years to make public all related files. The time is up on Oct. 26, 2017. About 3,000 never-before-seen documents, along with 34,000 previously redacted files, are scheduled for release.
The filesmany of which trace back to the House Select Committee on Assassinations from the 1970spromise to be less about second shooters and grassy knolls and more about what the government, particularly the CIA, might have known about assassin Lee Harvey Oswald before Kennedys death. Already, the law has helped fill out one of the most significant periods of the 20th century, revealing information on military plots to invade Cuba; Kennedys plans to execute a withdrawal of U.S. forces from Vietnam; and the formation of the Warren Commission, which investigated the assassination.
According to the National Archives, the final batch includes information on the CIAs station in Mexico City, where Oswald showed up weeks before JFKs death; 400 pages on E. Howard Hunt, the Watergate burglary conspirator who said on his deathbed that he had prior knowledge of the assassination; and testimony from the CIAs James Angleton, who oversaw intelligence on Oswald. The documents could also provide information on a CIA officer named George Joannides, who directed financial dealings with an anti-Castro group whose members had a public fight with Oswald on the streets of New Orleans in the summer of 1963.
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Read the book The Family of Secrets. Bush made up a very elaborate alibi, two, actually, to put him outside of Dallas when he was there. All his alibis are proven lies. He also brought down Nixon. And tried with Reagan. Nasty evil guy. Very successful though at getting away with everything. Oh yeah put "allegedly" on all the above. Yeah.
The Marilyn Monroe death and theft of her diary are just as big of scandals. IF the sitting president/Attorney General could kill (or drive to suicide) one of the top box office names and rifle through her belongings before any investigation could properly occur, then no one in America was safe from their government.
Barack Obama still refuses to disclose where he was or what he was doing as our embassy in Libya was attacked.
At his age, the odds of waking every morning get small and smaller.
I would take the Queen by a nose....
Oliver Stoned planned to make a conspiracy movie about GHWBush in time for the 1988 election but when he couldn’t secure funding and distribution in time to affect the election, he dropped the project altogether.
October is a long time away.
He’s fallen into following “the party line.” :(
The Warren Commission sealed many documents for enough years that pertinent parties would no longer be alive. UNbelievable, even at the time.
Bush, the first.
My dad was furious with the sealing of the documents and has followed each piece since then. He’s now 97. I pray that he’ll make it to the date. He’ll be 98 just days before that.
Why would the Klandestine CIA Mob hire Oswald to shoot Ted Walker?
It is not at all established that Oswald was the one that shot at Walker.
Dismissing his wife
I also read that his wife said he would not have killed Kennedy - had nothing against him and actually kinda liked him, but didn’t like John Connolly very much.
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