The last remaining secrets and documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy will be released in October 2017.
A great number of conspiracy theories are surrounding the assassination of the President John F. Kennedy. In 1992, under the terms of JFK Records Acts, the government was given 25 years to make public all documents related to the assassination. The Act was majorly inspired by Oliver Stone’s movie JFK, which lead to a public fascination with the idea that the government is hiding something from American people.
The secrets revealed so far by the act include plots to invade Cuba, Kennedy’s plans to withdraw the US forces from Vietnam
The last documents will be more about what CIA might have known about Lee Harvey Oswald before Kennedy was brutally shot. Martha Murphy, who will oversee the effort of National Archives said that these documents are not as valuable and revealing as we might think.
“We’re at the final chapter of JFK disclosure,” Martha Morley says. “Sometimes I think we’re going to win. Sometimes I think it’s a fool’s errand. But we’re going to find out.”
John F. Kennedy died on November 22, 1963 in Dallas.
Gildshire Editor, Elvira Barucija