Comments to go dark

I like the fact that people come to JFK Facts to talk and learn about the assassination. Nonetheless, I plan to temporarily turn off the comments feature on the site on Wednesday, Feb 21.


I want to hold off on discussing the events of November 22 1963 and inestad ask readers to focus on a key question about what is happening today in 2021.

What can the general public, the interested citizen, the JFK research community, open government organizations, and freedom of information advocates do to insure that President Biden releases the 15,834 assassination-related files that remain secret?

By executive order, Biden has to make a decision on JFK files by October 26, 2021.

So instead of commenting on the site, send me an email.

The comments feature will resume after a week.

One comment

  1. Gerry Simone says:

    It’s an excellent question. We need to know. We don’t want to be wondering about this forever.

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