Final JFK Files Discuss MLK, Show CIA “Misplaced” Oswald’s Fingerprints
On Friday, thousands of pages from the Kennedy files were unsealed by the National Archives. While redaction and the nature of government revealing its own crimes pretty much guarantee no major revelations will come from the declassified documents, there are still some things to chew on apparently.
3,539 records released include info about the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., who was provably killed by the US government as confirmed by a 1999 court ruling. They contain info about Soviet spies, Lee Harvey Oswald’s trip to Mexico City, and more.
This will probably be the final release of JFK documents. According to Dallas News:
“This batch likely will be the last released pending a final review of records. Many remain sealed at the request of the FBI, CIA and other agencies that pressed for more time ahead of a deadline set a quarter century earlier.
For decades, debate has raged not only over whether Oswald acted alone but whether the FBI and CIA could have stopped him. The latest documents provide fresh proof that he was in their sights: a 1975 CIA memo marked “top secret” shows that Oswald was on a “watch list” of people whose mail would be intercepted from Nov. 9, 1959, to May 3, 1960, and again from Aug. 7, 1961, through May 28, 1962.”
Many people have heard the official narrative on JFK, and the “official” conspiracy info about JFK, but if one really wants to dig deep, watch this.
Today, JFK’s nephew is an uncompromising expert on damage caused by vaccines. His nephew is such a shining example of an uncompromising individual, he should be known about perhaps even more than JFK at this point.
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