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The assassination of John F. Kennedy is documented by a US government agency.
President Joe Biden of the United States revealed classified documents into the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy on Wednesday.
Nearly 1,500 sensitive documents about the assassination were released by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), including memoranda written by CIA officers in the aftermath of the murder.
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) said on its website that it was “processing previously withheld John F. Kennedy assassination-related data to comply with” Biden’s request for the records to be released by Dec. 15.
“To comply with these regulations, the National Archives has placed records online,” the government body stated.
The majority of the materials concern Lee Harvey Oswald, the assassin who killed President John F. Kennedy. According to experts, the publication will have little impact on public opinion of Kennedy’s death because previously classified materials do not offer light on the assassination.
On Nov. 22, 1963, while riding in his motorcade in Dallas, Texas, Oswald assassinated the former president.
After an investigation, then-Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren concluded that Oswald carried out the assassination by himself.
The investigation was criticized for being insufficient, and a commission was established in Congress, which later found the assassination to be a conspiracy.