Caveat Emptor (Buyer Beware): Trump plans to release JFK assassination documents

President Trump’s tweet on JFK records is a welcome development but his language (“Subject to the receipt of further information…”) gives him the option of caving in to CIA and FBI pressure later this week.

If Trump does release all of the documents, we are certain to learn important new facts about the JFK assassination story,  as I explained to the Post.

Morley said Harvey led the agency’s assassinations operations and feuded constantly with Kennedy’s brother, Robert F. Kennedy, over the administration’s crisis with Cuba. Phillips, Morley said, oversaw the agency’s operations against Cuban President Fidel Castro and was deeply familiar with the CIA’s surveillance of Oswald in Mexico City. “What’s in those files could tell us how those men did their jobs,” said Morley, who wrote a 2008 book on the agency’s Mexico City station chief. “There might be stuff on why we were interested in the Cuban consulate, how we surveilled the consulate, how we did our audio work, and how did we recruit spies there? We might understand much better why they were watching Oswald.”

Source: Trump plans to release JFK assassination documents despite concerns from federal agencies – The Washington Post

3 comments

  1. Jeff says:

    Hi Jeff,
    It’s great that you have some “air-time” with your comments in the Post.

    I completely agree with you that the key files likely are those related to Harvey and Phillips. If the specific files are not released on these two, then a huge outcry by everyone seeking the Truth needs to occur. If these files are still withheld, then our response requires “all hands on deck” to mandate their release. Let us know how we can help.

    Wow .. this upcoming week is “Showtime”!!

    Take Care,
    Jeff

  2. Mike Rush says:

    This will be a large pile of pieces to a mosaic, no narrative (after Warren Report who would believe it anyway?) We will rely on you trusted researchers — John Newman, Jeff Morley, Bill Kelly, Dr. Mantik, et. al.,— to put those tiles into a comprehensible image. But President Kennedy will still be dead at age 46 as we go on living and remembering.

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