… who have seriously researched the death of John F. Kennedy, you know that to say that a piece of the Republic was lost that day, is not hyperbole. A President of the United States, who despite coming to power under less than ethical and legal circumstances, dedicated himself to the American people and to the excising of the cancerous growth of the Deep State. His reward was to be shot like a dog in broad daylight.
I would never claim to know the details of the conspiracy that ended with John Kennedy’s death. What I do know is that the narrative supplied by the Federal Government via the Warren Commission is an easily provable lie, no different from the narrative supplied by the 9/11 commission.
What most people do not know is that years later, the United States House Select Committee on Assassinations took a second look at JFK’s assassination and concluded that his death was most likely the result of a conspiracy.
So that’s why it’s very important that President Trump honors the law put in place in 1992 that arranges for the release of some 3600 top secret documents on JFK’s assassination:
Under the 1992 JFK Assassination Records Collection Act, the library of documents about Kennedy’s death must be made public in full by Oct. 26 – unless Trump decides otherwise. “It is his decision alone,” the outlet reported.
Beyond releasing the never-before-seen JFK files, the Archives is reviewing another 35,000 assassination-related documents, previously released in part, so they can be unsealed in full.
I am under no delusions that any smoking gun documents will be released in this collection. But a new trail of breadcrumbs that further brings this crime into sharper focus will be most welcome.