Why Do the CIA and FBI Still Want to Keep Secret Several Thousand JFK Assassination Records?

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November 22nd marked the 54th Anniversary of the JFK assassination in Dallas, Texas. By now, a 1992 National Archives law had mandated that all of the thousands of documents and photos from the murder investigation would be released to the American public by October 26, 2017. But the CIA and FBI are still blocking the release of thousands of records — why? The answer appears to be in the power struggles of President John F. Kennedy and his powerful CIA Director Allen Welsh Dulles, who had been a major player in the agency for ten years before Kennedy became President. In this and the following three reports, JFK's assassination, covert CIA operations and the UFO cover-up are tied together. Allen Dulles and his CIA colleagues were concerned when Fidel Castro was sworn in as Prime Minister of Cuba on February 16, 1959, after leading a guerrilla campaign that forced right-wing dictator Fulgencio Batista into exile. Castro wanted communism and strong economic collaboration with the Soviet Union that was a Cold War enemy of the United States. That provoked the creation of American Anti-Castro forces backed by the CIA. Former General Dwight D. Eisenhower was still U. S. President then and by March 1960, he had allocated $13.1 million to the CIA to plan Castro's overthrow.

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