Originally published 11/09/2017
The National Archives posted another huge trove of records related to the John F. Kennedy assassination Thursday, though nearly all of the 13,000 files are previously released documents that apparently contain fewer redactions.
Originally published 11/03/2017
Taken in total, a new release of JFK files paint a picture of an American intelligence establishment fixated on the theory that the assassination was part of a larger Cuban or Soviet plot to destabilize and weaken the United States.
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