In advance of tonight’s CNN Republican presidential debate, Peter Dale Scott has this question for the candidates:
“How can we best fulfill what we now know to have been the intentions of Robert Kennedy with respect to his brother’s murder?”
I suggest that truth, justice, and an open society will be best served if all of us can persuade presidential candidates in 2016 to pledge:
“2017 is the year scheduled, by law, for the release of all remaining governmental records pertaining to the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
“If elected, I promise to appoint an independent committee to review those records and other relevant evidence, and I promise also to pursue vigorously whatever recommendations that committee may make for further investigation.”