With U.S. Archivist David Ferriero inviting and then ignoring public comments calling for declassification of all JFK assassination records, its time to sign Bill Kelly’s updated Change.org petition to free the JFK files.
Under the JFK Records Act, Ferriero has responsibility for enforcing the JFK Records Act — and he’s not doing it.
Here’s the story:
Writing in Philly.com, columnist Stuart Bykofsky makes the case for full disclosure of JFK assassination records. White House reporters are starting to ask questions about these files but President Obama has yet to respond.
Join the more than 2,600 people who have signed the online Change.org petition calling on the National Archives to review and release the 1,100 CIA records related to JFK’s assassination that remain secret. Read more
The JFK Assassination 50th Anniversary Facebook page has launched a a letter writing campaign in support of JFK full disclosure.
A reader, Jacob, writes:
“Hello, I am a researcher for the Kennedy assassination, and I want to join in on pressuring the CIA to release the files on the assassination, how do I help?”
You can do seven things, Jacob.
The fact that the CIA is still concealing at least 1,172 documents related to JFK’s assassination from the public is either absurd or sinister. What can you do? Join the more than 2,000 people who are petitioning the Obama administration to do its job Read more