A local newspaper in England got a tip-off about ‘big news’ from America, 25 minutes before JFK was assassinated


A local newspaper in England became an unlikely participant in the story of President John F Kennedy’s assassination when US security services noticed a bizarre tip-off, which came to a reporter shortly before the shooting.

An FBI document linked to the killing reveals that a journalist for the Cambridge News was told to expect a major story from the US, 25 minutes before Kennedy was shot.

The unnamed journalist received a call from an anonymous tipster on November 22, 1963, with instruction to “call the American Embassy in London for some big news.” The caller then hung up.

Twenty-five minutes later, Kennedy was fatally shot as his motorcade drove through downtown Dallas.

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