The government was supposed to release the JFK assassination files back in the 90s. Then, the files were supposed to be released during the Trump and Biden administrations — but, of course, COVID-19 delayed things.
This week, the files were once again supposed to be released, but the CIA vetoed the release of some of the files that it deemed just too dangerous to “the military defense, intelligence operations, law enforcement, and the conduct of foreign relations.”
Is this an admission of guilt? Or at least a huge intelligence failure? Why would the release of files from the 60s put us in danger today?
On the radio program, Glenn Beck said that for the first time in his life, he’s not so sure Lee Harvey Oswald was working alone.
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