The assassination of the US president has long given rise to a number of conspiracy theories that do not accept the government’s decision that the assassin did it alone.
|This July 15, 1957 photo shows former US President John F. Kennedy, then a senator, during a speech (AFP)
U.S. officials on Wednesday released thousands of pages of classified documents about the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy.
He was shot dead by Lee Harvey Oswald. The assassination of John F. Candy is a case that still fuels conspiracy theories, despite official results.
CIA and FBI files show that U.S. investigators laid out a deep and extensive network to determine if anyone else was involved in the plot to assassinate Oswald on November 22, 1963. no. The assassination shocked the world.
The documents further reveal that he pursued a wealth of information, from Soviet intelligence to African communist groups and the Italian mafia.
The papers outlined the extensive US efforts to spy on Fidel Castro’s communist government in Cuba and its influence on Oswald.
Oswald had contacts in Cuba and Kennedy wanted to overthrow the Cuban government.
The 1491 files a noteworthy package of which are long reports were posted on the JF Kennedy Assassination Records page of the National Archives which now contains a large number of arrangements of Kennedy’s death and subsequent investigations.
|This photo of November 22, 1963, shows Lee Harvey Oswald, the assassin of former US President John F. Kennedy, during a press conference (AFP).
Kennedy’s assassination has long given rise to a number of conspiracy theories that do not accept the government’s decision that Oswald did it alone.
He shot and killed John F. Kennedy as the young president was traveling in a limousine on the streets of Dallas, Texas. Some believe that the communist sympathizer Oswald was hired by Cuba or the Soviet Union.
Others believe Kennedy was assassinated by anti-Cuban activists, possibly with the help of US intelligence or the FBI. While many others believe that his political rivals could have been the cause of the assassination.
Four years prior, then, at that point, President Donald Trump was lawfully limited by a 1992 law that necessary the arrival of data kept by US knowledge. Under the law, all official records of the murder must be disclosed so that the public can be fully informed.
According to the US National Archives, Trump released more than 53,000 documents in seven sections, giving the public access to 88 percent of the information about the assassination. But Donald Trump kept thousands of other documents secret on the grounds of national security.
This year, US President Joe Biden promised to respect the law, but he also came under fire in October when the White House postponed releasing more documents.
Joe Biden said the postponement was important to secure military guard, insight tasks, law authorization, or unfamiliar relations from hurt. The White House is presently compelled to finish an audit of the reports before the finish of 2022.
Philip Shannon, an expert on the Kennedy assassination dossier, wrote in an article published in the journal Politico on Wednesday that there may be documents that will never be released for security reasons.
|In this November 11, 1960 photo, former US President John F. Kennedy with his father Joseph, mother Rose, wife Jacqueline, and their three sisters (AFP)
As long as the government continues to withhold some documents, it will only reinforce the notion that conspiracy theories about Kennedy’s death have a basis he said.
Referring to the mainstream American conspiracy theories movement in recent years, Shannon added: Has accepted conspiracy theories. Shannon gauges that 15,000 records identified with the homicide are as yet confidential, the greater part of them from the CIA and FBI.
Jefferson Morley, who runs a website about the murder, JFKFacts.org, has been fighting for years to get the documents released, saying: Despite recent documents, important records are still being released It has not been done.
Significantly, the meetings that antiquarian William Manchester led with Kennedy’s better half Jackie Kennedy and sibling Robert Kennedy (RFK) are as yet prohibited he said. Neither Jackie nor the RFK believed in the official theory that Kennedy was assassinated by a single man for no apparent reason Morley wrote on Twitter.
He had privately said that JFK was killed by its internal enemies. That is the good thing to do, and it should end there