This one from Jeffrey Mason in Waldorf, Maryland. Formerly a researcher at the Center for Defense Information in Washington, Mason writes in SoMdNews.com
“The American people need to push Eric Holder, Barack Obama and the Congress to push for public release of these records that already are scheduled to be revealed in 2017 but might be delayed yet again unless we act now.”
He goes on:
“Henry Hurt’s work, ‘Reasonable Doubt,’ says it well.
‘… the political impact of Kennedy’s death is why the question of his assassination is as important today as it was decades ago — and as it will be decades hence, and for all the years of this republic. If the atrocity was the result of a conspiracy, the country and its government, even at this hour are subtly threatened by a cunning invisible enemy as politically potent as the most menacing terrorist or superpower. Moreover, the historical integrity of the whole county remains fractured until the questions are answered.’
Sound a little extreme? But seen in the bright light of recent revelations about NSA spying on Americans, this statement has some credibility.”