A JFK question for New Jersey Governo Chris Christie: Will you enforced the JFK Records Act and mandate the release of all assassination-related records, as scheduled, in October 2017,
We hope so. The JFK Record was approved unanimously by Congress. It was signed into law by a Republican candidate and it was implemented by a Democratic president. There is no plausible national security reason for withholding the remaining 3,600+ JFK documents in the government’s possession.
Background for Gov. Christie, candidate staffers, reporters, and bloggers,
More on the National Archives’ plans to declassify 3,600 JFK documents in October 2017.
Politico’s Bryan Bender on Why the last of the JFK records could embarrass the CIA.
What is the JFK Assassination Records Act?