JFK ASSASSINATION Update – Records Bombshell!

Government Sued Over JFK Assassination Records

Government Sued Over JFK Assassination Records

(RepublicanNews.org) – On November 22, 1963, Lee Harney Oswald shot and killed former President John F. Kennedy as he rode through Dallas, Texas, in a motorcade with his wife at his side. The incident has been fodder for conspiracy theorists who believe Oswald didn’t act alone, prompting many to turn to the government for proof of what happened that day.

On October 19, the Mary Ferrell Foundation sued President Joe Biden and the National Archives for failing to release about 15,000 pages of documentation about the assassination promptly. The non-profit organization claims the government is unlawfully postponing the release of the documents to the public.

Former President George HW Bush signed the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act into law. The measure set a deadline to publish all relevant papers by October 2017. Former President Donald Trump released some documents but held onto thousands of others for further review, pushing the original deadline.

President Joe Biden delayed the deadline again, saying the National Archives needed more time because of delays in reviews caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The POTUS said the postponement was necessary for national security reasons.

The foundation claims the continued delays are causing “confusion” and resulting in an “outright denial” of crucial files related to the matter. In short, five years past the deadline is long enough. The CIA responded by saying it would continue to examine the next steps to release pertinent information.

Should the courts force the government to release all of the nearly 60-year-old assassination documentation to the public immediately?

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