They’re out: Feds release secret files on JFK assassination


The federal government just released thousands of documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963.

The papers were posted online by the National Archives in compliance with a 1992 law requiring their release after 25 years.

Following a chaotic last-minute review in which intelligence agencies lobbied against full disclosure, the White House said it will take more time to process and release thousands more documents that were also supposed to be made public, and set a deadline of late April 2018 for the release of those documents.

Access the Released Files HERE

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