JFK Assassination: Lawmakers Call on President Trump to Release All Classified Documents by 2017 Deadline

For forty years the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy has been discussed and analyzed again and again and now we are on the brink of getting many answers or leads to even more question about the November 22nd Assassination of a Great man.

TWO LAWMAKERS: Are calling for the Declassification of the remaining documents which includes thousands of pages of secret government documents related to his death. The disclosure, they believe, will answer a question that has for half a century plagued the American public.

Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C., who along with Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, is leading a congressional effort to declassify thousands of documents and recordings compiled by the CIA and FBI, they said: “I believe the American public needs to know the truth,” They went on to say “It’s still hard for me to believe it was one man, but at the same time I have no proof that it wasn’t,”

Millions watched on live television as Oswald, awaiting transfer to a county jail, was shot by Dallas nightclub owner Jack Ruby two days after Oswald assassinated Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963.

OCTOBER 26, 2017: Former President George H.W. Bush mandating the release of all documents related to Kennedy’s assassination within 25 years. Under the JFK Records Act of 1992, the National Archives has until Oct. 26 of this year to disclose the remaining files related to the assassination.

Rep. Walter jones told Fox News: “There’s no reason that the information – from a security standpoint – should not be made public,” he went on to say “So much is known about the assassination. Why not close the chapter?”

A CIA spokeswoman told sources:  “continues to engage in the process to determine the appropriate next steps with respect to any previously-unreleased CIA information.”

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP ADMINISTRATION: The remaining files will be released to the public unless President Trump determines that doing so would be harmful to national security. There are about 3,100 files still unsealed by the National Archives.

The Trump administration, meanwhile, said the decision to release the documents is currently under review.

An official with the National Security Council: “We have been working closely with the National Archives and other departments and agencies since the beginning of this administration on processes that are consistent with the JFK Assassination Records Collection Act.”

CONCLUSION: This will be huge and could alter history but will President Donald Trump Release those documents or seal them for another 30 years?



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  1. Yes, it is the right decision to release All documents related to the murder of President John F. Kennedy. The citizens of America deserve the truth. We are tired of DC. elected officials withholding information based on thier poor judgement.

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