As President Trump’s April 26, 2018 deadline for release of the last of the government’s JFK files, Roger Stone, the sartorial dirty trickster of American politics, makes a legally valid point:
The CIA is not obeying the JFK Records Act.
Stone pointed out that the 1992 law which required the JFK documents be released also required the agency redacting records to justify their redactions in writing and that those explanations be published in the Federal Register.
My friend Bill H writes of a recent post on Donald Trump,
Jeff, that is one of the more vehement attack dog articles I have read in a long time. I chuckled at her opening sentence. But what the author had to say does not bother me nearly as much as seeing Jeff Morley redirect his focus to the “Trump is like Hitler” bandwagon. Let me know when you get back to JFK Facts.
Roger Stones, Trump adviser
Here is a short course in why people who are interested in President Kennedy’s assassination should mistrust “conspiracy theorists.”
I don’t doubt Trump’s adviser Roger Stone is interested in the events of 1963. And it is true that Trump, known to ignore national security pieties, might be an ally in promoting full JFK disclosure in 2017. Read more