List shows what the public doesn’t know out about JFK’s assassination 

The documents were collected by the Assassination Records Review Board, an independent agency created by the JFK Records Act, which has previously released thousands of documents about Kennedy’s assassination. They should be released by October 2017 as per the JFK Records Act unless the next President decides they should remain classified.

Source:  Daily Mail Online

6 comments

  1. Daily Mail?

    Will Mainstream Media consider this a story?

    BK

    • Ronnie Wayne says:

      Ha. Mr. Kelly, with all due respect…
      The picture is interesting. Though obviously well before the Assassination. The Kennedy’s and Connally’s are all facing right smiling for the camera. The Motorcycles are well to the rear, and looking around. Kellerman is stone faced staring straight ahead.

  2. Bill Banks says:

    “A declassified CIA memo previously showed that Oswald visited Cuban and Soviet embassies in September 1963 to obtain visas to travel to the Soviet Union via Cuba after assassinating the President.”

    Remarkable sentence, indeed.

    Of real interest will be release of the CIA’s “personality assessments.” This will make for an interesting comparison with that of the KGB’s Oleg Nechiporenko in his book, PASSPORT TO ASSASSINATION. His meeting at the Soviet Consulate in Mexico describes Oswald’s “mental state as unstable or…[with] a serious nervous disorder”–unlike the generally calm demeanor in Dallas. Neither he nor Fabian Escalante of the Cuban DGI doubt this was the infamous man in Dallas. Nechiporenko was satisfied with Oswald as the only shooter, but thought that he must have been incited by others.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3435430/List-withheld-documents-gives-glimpse-public-doesn-t-know-JFK-s-assassination.html#ixzz405aSvjqf
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    • “A declassified CIA memo previously showed that Oswald visited Cuban and Soviet embassies in September 1963 to obtain visas to travel to the Soviet Union via Cuba after assassinating the President.”

      RED HERRING.

      Oswald did not shoot Kennedy.
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      • Bill Banks says:

        Unclear context, it seems. Quote is from the newspaper article and, clearly, is no more than bad editing. Really, really bad.

  3. Ronnie Wayne says:

    What we don’t know won’t hurt us. So I’ve read. In addition to ignorance is bliss. How can we know the truth if those we elect to represent us won’t tell us the truth in the first place, or force such to happen?

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