The JFK Most Wanted series identifies key CIA documents related to JFK’s assassination that remain secret. These records won’t be released until October 2017 — at the earliest.
This week we highlighted Bill Kelly’s call for 84 NSA records related to JFK’s assassination.
JFK Facts is leading the fight to make all of these records public, as soon as possible.
The series started with the the still-censored files of Bill Harvey, a CIA man mistrusted even by his colleagues. Then we looked at controversial operations officer David Phillips and the interrogation of Soviet defector Yuri Nosenko.
We’ll be calling on Congress, news organizations, and presidential candidates to insist on their public release in October 2017. Its a common sense proposition. But that doesn’t mean it will happen.
Here’s more about how we can achieve “the decisive clarification” of the JFK story.
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