Sure not a JFKphile, I see no reference to military or national secrets of which he was no small player.
Sounds like an obsfucation, to me.
Certainly, JFK had a perspective on national intel operations that was well above average. I realize that you seem to consider your perspective infinitely higher in quality than JFK's. I have a different view on your perspective.
But you do see a reference to JFK’s opinion on secrecy in government, which is the level of focus here.
They killed him for it.
It seems likely that there are no details anyone can provide, as far as I can tell, that would mitigate the level of dysfunction present in our intelligence agencies.
We need a vast overhaul of the system.