El Pais on ‘mysteries hidden in the secret JFK assassination files’

Jan Martinez Ahrens’ piece in EL PAÍS, the leading newspaper of Spain (machine translated) shows why foreign coverage of the JFK files release was more realistic and less propagandistic than the U.S. coverage.

The footsteps of Oswald were warned and followed by the CIA, but the reports detailing his adventures have never come fully to light. They belong to that secret corpus of 3,100 documents that President Donald Trump has ordered to be released and that, if nothing prevents it, will shake the foundations of the American collective memory.

Source: Los misterios que ocultan los informes secretos del asesinato de Kennedy | Estados Unidos | EL PAÍS

 

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2 comments

  1. BILL says:

    What the CIA and FBI told Trump why the balance of files of the JFK assassination must be pretty bad. Trump was willing to release them but the other powers to be told him no you are not going to release them! What are they STILL hiding from the American Public, we have a right to know no matter how Shocking they may be! I think we can handle the Truth!

  2. Arnaldo M. Fernandez says:

    Anyway, El País swallowed the twist party invented by the CIA for trying to link Oswald with Duran outside the Cuban consulate. The FBI dismissed the issue, posed by Elena Garro, but strange creatures never die.

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