Four years after the Trump administration announced the case documents, the US government published thousands of documents related to the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy on Wednesday, sparking countless conspiracy theories. These declassified reports from the FBI and the CIA have been posted on the National Archives website.
The U.S. government released thousands of FBI and CIA documents on Wednesday, December 16, related to the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy in 1963, despite the official conclusion that the president Killed by Lee Harvey Oswald, but the document continues to fuel conspiracy theories.
The declassified report shows that investigators have been looking for multiple clues, from Soviet intelligence agencies to African communist groups to the Italian Mafia to determine whether Oswald was in Dallas, Texas, USA on November 22, 1963. And this caused a sensation all over the world.
In particular, they indicate that the United States has strengthened its espionage activities and influence on the Cuban Fidel Castro regime, Oswald has contact with him, and the Kennedy government wants to overthrow him.
1,491 documents were posted on the National Archives website, which already contains tens of thousands of documents related to Kennedy’s death and subsequent investigations.
Other publications before December 15, 2022
The assassination triggered countless conspiracy theories, and hundreds of books and movies such as Oliver Stone’s “Kennedy” (1991) have contributed to this conspiracy theory.
They refuted the findings of the so-called “Warren Commission,” which in 1964 determined that Lee Harvey Oswald, a former naval commando living in the Soviet Union, acted alone when he assassinated President Kennedy .
Oswald was killed by Jack Ruby on November 24, 1963.
Some people believe that Oswald was used by Cuba or the Soviet Union. Others believe that the assassination was initiated by the Cuban opposition with the support of the U.S. Secret Service and the FBI, or by Kennedy’s opponents in the United States.
In 2017, according to the 1992 Congress law, Donald Trump published all documents related to President Kennedy within 25 years, and the case was publicly recorded.
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However, President Joe Biden, who promised to comply with the law, postponed the decryption of the new documents for a year in October.
The White House is now under pressure to make other documents public before December 15, 2022, unless there is reason to keep it confidential.
Philip Shenon, Kennedy assassination expert, Politico magazine estimates Wednesday For security reasons, certain documents will never be released, which will continue to fuel conspiracy theories.
According to him, 15,000 documents are still classified, most of which come from the Central Intelligence Agency and the FBI.