Here’s a question for the presidential contenders of 2016: Will each candidate “declare, unequivocally, his or her intention to release the remaining JFK assassinations records in 2017.”
It is a basic test of the candidates’ commitment to open government and rule of law.
The question comes in a letter from Jim Lesar and the board of the Assassination Archives and Research Center in Washington DC. It is addressed to the men and women who seek the highest office in the land in 2016.
Download and share it: The AARC letter to 2016 presidential candidates.
Presidential politics and JFK records
Harry Truman’s response to JFK’s assassination.
What Hillary Clinton said about JFK records in 2008. Watch.