Voltage in US: JFK files almost public

World October 23, 2017 09:15

washington - It has been for half a century for conspiracy wars: the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy in 1963. Did Actor Actor Actor Actually Act Only, Or Was It More? The United States may reveal the latest secret documents about the death of the popular president this week.

The countdown to the disclosure of that data began in 1992. Then the US Congress adopted the so-called JFK Records Act, which stipulates that all documents relating to the murder must be released within 25 years. The deadline expires on Thursday.

According to American media, there are still 3,000 documents that have not been published before. Experts have been speculating for weeks if it is still going to happen. President Donald Trump can prevent publication, but it's the question he wants.

The president cleared Saturday that he tends to release the last secret documents, though he still made a reservation. Within the government there would be resistance to the revelation of all JFK files, because relatively recent documents may contain sensitive information about intelligence activities.

Saillant is that Trump earlier attacked Kennedy to blacken a political rival. He claimed in an interview that the father of senator Ted Cruz was pictured with the later killer Oswald. Tabloid National Enquirer claimed to have evidence of it, but, according to Cruz, nothing of the story was correct.

Cruz is not the only person who has been associated with the murder over the years. The Mafia, Cubans, the KGB and even vice president Johnson dive into conspiracy theories. Oswald himself died two days after Kennedy, after being shot down by nightclub owner Jack Ruby.

People who hope that the latest 'JFK files' depict new suspects are likely to be disappointed. Experts expect data to shed light on Oswald's activities. Then it may also appear that the authorities have dropped sticks in the run-up to the murder.

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