JFK Most Wanted: 84 NSA documents related to the assassination

JFK researcher some questions about 84 documents generated by the National Security Agency, that are related to JFK’s assassination.

The Assassination Records Review Board announced their release in August 1997.

Has anybody seen them? I haven’t.

If you have, email the editor@jfkfacts.org, and we’ll report what you know

JFK Most Wanted List

This is a list of still-secret CIA files related to JFK’s assassination.

David Phillips operational files (May 6, 2014)

The Bill Harvey files (April 29, 2014)

Yuri Nosenko Interrogation files (May 13, 2014)

2 thoughts on “JFK Most Wanted: 84 NSA documents related to the assassination”

  1. I don’t think Asillga expressed Castro’s foreknowledge of Oswald, he said Castro told them to listen in for AF 1 radio communications from Texas, which means Castro knew JFK was in Texas not that he knew he would be killed.

  2. Arnaldo M. Fernandez

    In a curious case, Castro´s intelligence defector Florentino Aspillaga is publicly boasting about details on Castro´s foreknowledge of Oswald, but this 1987 CIA debriefing is neither open not postponed in full or in part, although it would be related to the JFK assassination according to Aspillaga himself. The point is: Did the CIA really bring everything to ARRB?

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