WikiLeaks offers bounty for unreleased JFK assassination records


WikiLeaks is offering a $100,000 “reward” for the “withheld” documents related to President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963.

The group, known for publishing secret, and often stolen information, including emails from Democratic officials during the 2016 presidential election, advertised the bounty on Twitter Thursday evening.

A total of 3,100 of the remaining JFK files had been set to be publicly released on Thursday, to meet a deadline set by a law signed 25 years ago.

However, the Trump administration announced that it will be giving agencies an extra six months to review some of the documents.

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