With 9 days to go, planned disclosure of secret JFK files is ‘in flux’

I report the latest development on the Trump administration’s plans for JFK disclosure in AlterNet.

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3 comments

  1. Brian Lynch says:

    This is not at all surprising. We, the American people, deserve to have ALL of the documents released. We have waited long enough.What does Trump think that he is accomplishing, if this is indeed his stance on the issue?

  2. Mark says:

    Art imitates life imitates art….

    Kevin Costner as Jim Garrison in the movie JFK which was the driving force in the creation of the JFK records act:

    “…(He) can walk into the National Archives and find out what the CIA and FBI knew. They may even push it back then. Hell, it may become a generational affair, with questions passed down from father to son, mother to daughter…”

    Et tu Donald?

  3. JRowell says:

    I told you last year that Trump would cut a deal.

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