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Q942 CNN airing assassination of JFK.
To kick off the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, a group of prominent American citizens were calling on Congress to reopen the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Senator Robert F. Kennedy. There are many high profile signatories in the fight to find the truth of these great men's deaths. However, I must mention this list of people in the fight who I find interesting. It goes to show even those on the other side of the aisle who hate us Conservatives can agree on one thing; these people are: celebrities Alec Baldwin, Martin Sheen, Rob Reiner, Oliver Stone and David Crosby. See, we have actually found common ground on something. I'm shocked!
The group calls for Congress to establish firm oversight on the release of all government documents related to the Kennedy presidency and assassination, as mandated by the JFK Records Collection Act of 1992.  This Act mandated that all assassination-related material be housed in a single collection in the National Archives and Records Administration. The resulting Collection consists of more than 5 million pages of assassination-related records, photographs, motion pictures, sound recordings and artifacts (approximately 2,000 cubic feet of records). Note: Most of the records ARE open for research. 
However, this public transparency law has been routinely defied by the CIA and other federal agencies. The White House has allowed the CIA to continue its defiance of the law, even though the JFK Records Act called for the full release of relevant documents in 2017; the final release has now been postponed until 2021.  [Video Source 1]
The president said he was ordering agencies to “re-review each of the redactions over the next three years,” and set a deadline for further release of documents of October 26, 2021.
In October 2017, 2,800 files about the 1963 JFK murder were made public for the first time, bringing revelations that an alleged Cuban intelligence officer met Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico City, and praised his shooting ability, and that the Soviet spy agency KGB believed then-Vice President Lyndon Johnson may have conspired to assassinate Kennedy. But despite the 25-year deadline established by the 1992 JFK Records Collection Act, not everything came out. Citing national security concerns, President Trump then elected to halt the release of some of the remaining classified files for an additional six months. Now that deadline has passed, and it’s still unclear how many records (or portions of the records) still remain under wraps, whether they will be ever released in full, and what—if any—new information they may contain.
One of the more intriguing disclosures related to Oswald’s attempts to get a Soviet or Cuban visa during his visit to Mexico City. Meanwhile, dozens of other memos shed light on the controversy surrounding James Angleton, the CIA’s chief of counter-espionage, who did not tell the Warren Commission about the agency’s involvement in an effort to overthrow or kill Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. His failure to do so has fueled later conspiracy theories concerning a CIA cover-up of Cuban involvement in JFK’s murder. Another batch of documents revealed the doubts CIA officials had about the testimony of Yuri Nosenko, a former KGB agent who claimed that the spy agency made no attempt to recruit Oswald while he was in the Soviet Union. There were also interesting tidbits unrelated to Kennedy, such as an FBI dossier on Martin Luther King Jr., dated just weeks before the 1968 assassination of the civil rights leader. In addition to attempts to link King to various Communist organizations, the document contained accusations concerning King’s private life, both of which were known fixations of Hoover. 
This may be slightly off topic, but then again, maybe not... [Video Source 2]
Q1082 POTUS & JFK JR. Relationship. Plane crash 1999. HRC Senate 2000. The “Start.” Enjoy the show.
This oversight group is calling for a public inquest into “the four major assassinations of the 1960s that together had a disastrous impact on the course of American history.” This tribunal — which would hear testimony from living witnesses, legal experts, investigative journalists, historians and family members of the victims — would be modeled on the Truth and Reconciliation hearings held in South Africa after the fall of apartheid. This American Truth and Reconciliation process is intended to encourage Congress or the Justice Department to reopen investigations into all four organized acts of political violence.
Signers of the joint statement, who call themselves the Truth and Reconciliation Committee, are also seeking to reopen the Robert F. Kennedy assassination case, stating that Sirhan Sirhan’s conviction was based on “a mockery of a trial.” The forensic evidence alone, observes the statement, demonstrates that Sirhan did not fire the fatal shot that killed Senator Kennedy – a conclusion reached, among others, by Dr. Thomas Noguchi, the Los Angeles County Coroner who performed the official autopsy on RFK. The joint statement — which was co-written by Adam Walinsky, a speechwriter and top aide of Senator Kennedy — declares that these “four major political murders traumatized American life in the 1960s and cast a shadow over the country for decades thereafter.
Each of these deceased in his own unique way was attempting to turn the United States away from war toward disarmament and peace, away from domestic violence and division toward civil amity and justice.
Their killings were together a savage, concerted assault on American democracy and the tragic consequences of these assassinations still haunt our nation.” The Truth and Reconciliation Committee views its joint statement as the opening of a long campaign aimed at shining a light on dark national secrets. The national effort seeks to confront the forces behind America’s democratic decline, a reign of secretive power that long precedes the recent rise of authoritarianism. “The systemic killing of JFK, Malcolm X, MLK, and RFK was a mortal attack on our democracy,” said historian James Douglass “We’ve been walking in the valley of the dead ever since. Our campaign is all about recovering the truth embodied in the movement they led. Yes, the transforming, reconciling power of truth will indeed set us free.”
Q2573 "The times are too grave, the challenge too urgent, and the stakes too high — to permit the customary passions of political debate. We are not here to curse the darkness, but to light the candle that can guide us through that darkness to a safe and sane future." –JFK Q
Classified files related to JFK's assassination released
Published on Oct 27, 2017
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