About the Last of the JFK Files
Remember they are redacted, not entirely secret
On his blog jfkarc.info, JFK researcher Robert Reynolds catalogs and clarifies the status of JFK files released in the past six months. He’s a partisan of the official theory of Kennedy’s death who says that remaining redactions in the JFK files are not significant. He’s wrong about that, I think. I found the 61-year-old redaction of the name of the CIA man who read Lee Harvey Oswald’s mail to be significant, and so did the New York Times.
But on one narrow point, Reynolds is entirely factual. The JFK records released in 2023 are not totally secret. Much of their content has been released. Yet even Reynolds acknowledges that a lot of material is still withheld.
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