About CIA and FBI intransigence on the JFK files

A friend asked Is the CIA and FBI intransigence around JFK records a lost opportunity for moving closer to closure on the Kennedy assassination story?

 Absolutely. I replied:
The JFK Records Act was passed to prove that the government had nothing to hide about the assassination. The fact that 85 percent of the last tranche of records are still secret three days after the statutory deadline shows the law is not being enforced. That’s a recipe for cynicism, suspicion, and most importantly, solid evidence that CIA and FBI are hiding important JFK facts.

One comment

  1. vince danagher says:

    Of course the real question begs ” why lock up the assassination files for 53 years if they are so “lame” what are they hiding? It has to be something If not ! release them!!

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