Open The Government picks up on call for JFK disclosure

Open The Government, a coalition of public interest groups advocating open government policies, is highlighting the National Security Archive’s blog post calling for prioritizing the declassification of the CIA’s secret JFK assassination files.

The story of the 1,100 JFK records still held by the CIA, first reported in JFK Facts, has been widely reported in the news media in recent months.

Citing CIA ‘treachery,’ federal judge calls for release of secret JFK files. (JFK Facts, Nov. 26, 2013)

Questions still lingering around JFK assassination (Fox News, Nov. 22, 2013)

Assasination questions remain (Boston Herald, Nov. 21, 2013)

An inside job: CIA a suspect for some in JFK killing (NBCNews.com, Nov. 20, 2013)

Five decades later some JFK records remain sealed. (Associated Press, Aug. 18, 2103)

 

 

 

3 comments

  1. Jonathan says:

    Let’s see the 1,100 CIA records.

    If they tend to prove Oswald did it alone, fine.

    Sunshine.

  2. Ronnie Wayne says:

    As I posted about the topic below this one, great to see this topic also picked up again even if not mass media. Word is getting out to FREE THE FILES. Spread it. Sign the change.org petition.

    Speaking of at least semi-mass media. I thought the RFK Jr. article in the December 5th edition of Rolling Stone was excellent.

  3. Ronnie Wayne says:

    Oops, wrong date. I saw it on the COPA website on 12/5. I know Jeff reported this on 11/21 but this version is more extensive. I don’t know if it’s the entire article. With Mr. Morley’s approval I think it might be worth your perusal.

    http://politicalassassinations.com/2013/12/john-f-kennedys-vision-of-peace-by-robert-f-kennedy-jr-2/

    Couple of other interesting articles on their home page.

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