CIA Releases Top Secret JFK Files to the Public

CIA Releases Top Secret JFK Files to the Public

( – On November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was in a convertible Lincoln limousine driving through Dallas, TX. Suddenly, a shot rang out, and then another, leaving President Kennedy bleeding out in the back seat of his limo. The incident has been a subject of controversy and one of the most significant conspiracy theories out there. Now, nearly six decades after JFK’s assassination, the Central Intelligence Agency is releasing top-secret information concerning the fallen president.

The National Archives and Record Administration (NARA) recently released new documents that support a previous narrative that Lee Harvey Oswald, the alleged assassin of Kennedy, was in fact in contact with Soviet officials before the assassination.

The document dump totaled 1,500 pages and also uncovered a tip from 1962 that warned Soviets would pay $100,000 to have President Kennedy assassinated. Documents the NARA released in 2017 showed Oswald had contacted the Russians, which the new documents support and add to. The current information contained a transcript of Oswald contacting a consul in the Soviet embassy in Mexico City.

President Biden had previously asserted that he would see to the release of all JFK documents. However, he backtracked that statement when he decided to withhold some with a potential release in December of 2022, much to the dismay of the former president’s nephew, Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

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