The Truth and Reconciliation Committee needs your help. The Committee, consisting of 60 people (including the author) are calling on Congress to re-open the investigation of the four political assassinations in the 1960s: (JFK, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy.)
CLICK HERE to read the Joint Statement.
CLICK HERE for Calls to Action.
“The consequences still haunt our nation,” says Adam Walinsky, former speechwriter for RFK.
The Committee needs you to sign a petition telling Nancy Pelosi to act.
The joint statement calls for Congress to establish firm oversight on the release of all government documents related to the Kennedy presidency and assassination, as mandated by the JFK Records Collection Act of 1992. This public transparency law has been routinely defied by the CIA and other federal agencies. The Trump White House has allowed the CIA to continue its defiance of the law, even though the JFK Records Act called for the full release of relevant documents in 2017
See JFK Facts: “Trump Caves to CIA on JFK Files Secrecy.”
Source: Petition · Nancy Pelosi: Call for Congress to Reopen Assassination Probes · Change.org
3 thoughts on “Ask Nancy Pelosi: Call for Congress to Reopen Assassination Probes ”
Nancy Pelosi is to busy working out Pres.Trumps assassination. I’m sorry but this committee is naive and impotent if it isn’t more concerned with history repearing it’s horrors of the past. Lyndon Johnson to Nancy Pelosi. They lack empathy and despise real decent people.
What hurts the most about your 2/26 comment is that you put John Fitzgerald Kennedy on an equal footing with this sad carnival-barker con-artist filthy lying crook Duh Donalt. Though the alternative, Hillary, was no bargain. I still get nauseous thinking that choice. The tension was awful. Who will win, the warmonger idiot or the warmonger with dropsy, or whatever she had? The Republican or the other Republican?
The Cosmic Manager must be a real comedian. So have a good laugh until it’s over, and grownups are back in charge.
Though I must thank you, Mr. Shores, for convincing me to sign this petition. I’ve been following it since before MLK Day on the Education Forum. I thought it was important. Now I think it’s very important. Thanks again.