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WILL TRUMP RELEASE THE MISSING JFK FILES ?

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sat Apr 29, 2017 9:47 pm

04.29.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

TO MY WAY OF THINKING THE JFK REMOVAL HAS BEEN TOTALLY SOLVED. IT IS
JUST A MATTER OF ANALYZING, READING, RESEARCHING, AND STUDYING A VERY
WIDE VARIETY OF AUTHORITATIVE SOURCES, AND CONNECTING THE DETAILS.

EVERYTHING THAT IS NEEDED TO KNOW, IS AVAILABLE.

ONLY THE REMOTEST OF TOTALLY UNNECESSARY DETAILS REMAINS.

ANY AND ALL FILES RELEASED WILL BE CLEANSED, ERASED, FABRICATED, SANITIZED,
WASHED, etc., IN WHOLE OR IN RELEVANT PART.

THE BIGGEST FALACY TO ME IS BELIEVING THAT ANYTHING RELEVANT EVER WENT
INTO ANY FILES ALMOST 54 YEARS AGO ANYWAY.

11.22.2017 WILL BE 54 YEARS SINCE THE REMOVAL OF JFK.

I HAVE COME TO VERY RELUCTANTLY ACCEPT AND UNDERSTAND, TO A DEGREE,
WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY, AND HOW THE COUNTER INTELLIGENCE
COMMUNITIES, THE DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, THE DEPARTMENT OF
DEFENSE, THE HIGH SCHOOL, COLLEGE, AND GRADUATE SCHOOL COMMUNITIES,
THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITIES,
THE MAIN STREAM MEDIA, MAJESTIC TWELVE, THE STATE OF TEXAS LAW
ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES, THE WARREN COMMISSION INVESTIGATION AND REPORT,
etc., HAVE NEVER INDIVIDUALLY OR COLLECTIVELY ATTEMPTED AND COMPLETED A
COMPLETE, FINAL, FULL, NO HOLDS BARRED IN DEPTH ANALYSIS OF THE JFK REMOVAL.

WHAT I DON'T UNDERSTAND IS HOW AND WHY THE JFK RESEARCH COMMUNITY HAS
ACCOMPLISHED SO LITTLE OF ANY REAL VALUE OVER THE LAST ALMOST 54 YEARS. IN
DEPTH ANALYSIS, READING, RESEARCH, STUDY, AND WRITING ABOUT WHAT REALLY
DEVELOPED AND LED UP TO AND THROUGH THE REMOVAL OF JFK IS UNDER DEVELOPED,
AND UNTOUCHED IN REAL FAR REACHING ANALYSES.

CONTINUALLY AMASSING, ARGUING, COLLECTING, REVIEWING, AND WRITING ABOUT
CONFLICTING FACTS ON THE JFK ADJUSTMENT AND REMOVAL ONLY COLLECTS THESE
ALLEGED FACTS, OPINIONS, AND POINTS OF INFORMATION LIKE SO MANY GRAINS OF
SAND ON THE GROWING BEACH DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF JFK.

BUT WHAT HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHED ?

WHAT HAS CHANGED ?

WHAT HAS BEEN IMPROVED ?

In some ways this is meant to be a Total Attack on 90%+ of the JFK and Related
Subject Matters Community who just don't get it. Never have. Never will.

In some ways this is meant to be a Total Support of the 10%+ of the JFK and
Related Subject Matters Community who does get it, and seeks to Develop
and Improve The Quest For Knowledge and Truth.

Less than 5% of the JFK, Malcolm X, MLK, RFK, and Watergate-Nixon Adjustments
and Removals is agreed upon, confirmed, discussed, known, or proven intelligently
in America today.

90% of the JFK Research Community continues to spin their wheels chasing their
Tails and Tales.

54 years since the JFK Adjustment and Removal and so very little has been
accomplished, agreed to, or proven, that it is PATHETIC. Most Americans couldn't
find The TRUTH today with a CAMERA PHONE, a DRONE, and a TIME MACHINE.

54 years later after The JFK Adjustment and Removal and the JFK Research
Community is still arguing, debating, and investigating the following, but not
limited to:

Abort teams, autopsies, bullets, bullet holes, caskets, confessions, conversations,
discussions, escape routes, homosexual stories, interpretations, guns, love stories,
meetings, movies, movie alterations, photos, photo alterations, pictures, picture
alterations, pixels, planners, rifles, sabots, shooters, shooting teams, shots, silencers,
videos, videos altered, witnesses, witness depositions, witness statements, witness
statements altered, witness testimony, etc.

90%+ of all Living JFK and Related Subject Matter Researchers and Witnesses don't
care about, know about, or understand the Deep and Far Reaching Ramifications
of the JFK Adjustment and Removal of 11.22.1963.

90%+ of all Living Americans today don't care about, know about, or understand the
Deep and Far Reaching Ramifications of the JFK Adjustment and Removal of
11.22.1963. (01.30.2017. BB)

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WILL TRUMP RELEASE THE MISSING JFK FILES ?

UNLESS THE PRESIDENT INTERVENES, WE’LL SOON KNOW MORE SECRETS ABOUT
THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION:

By: PHILIP SHENON April 27, 2017


The nation’s conspiracy-theorist-in-chief is facing a momentous decision. Will President
Donald Trump allow the public to see a trove of thousands of long-secret government
files about the event that, more than any other in modern American history, has fueled
conspiracy theories – the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy?

The answer must come within months. And, according to a new timeline offered by the
National Archives, it could come within weeks.

Under the deadline set by a 1992 law, Trump has six months left to decide whether he
will block the release of an estimated 3,600 files related to the assassination that are still
under seal at the Archives. From what is known of the JFK documents, most come from the
CIA and FBI, and a number may help resolve lingering questions about whether those agencies
missed evidence of a conspiracy in Kennedy’s death. As with every earlier release of JFK
assassination documents in the 53 years since shots rang out in Dealey Plaza in Dallas, it is
virtually certain that some of the files will be seized on to support popular conspiracy theories
about Kennedy’s murder; other documents are likely to undermine them.

There is no little irony in the fact that decision will be left to Trump, long a promoter of so
many baseless conspiracy theories about everything from his predecessor’s birthplace to the
notion that the father of one of his campaign-trail rivals was in league with JFK assassin Lee
Harvey Oswald.

For the first time, the Trump White House is acknowledging that it is focused on the issue,
even if it offers no hint about what the President will do. A White House official, speaking on
condition of anonymity, told Politico last week that the Trump administration “is familiar with
the requirements” of the 1992 law and that White House is working with the National Archives
“to enable a smooth process in anticipation of the October deadline.”

Under the 1992 JFK Assassination Records Collection Act, the library of documents about
Kennedy’s death must be made public in full by the deadline of this October 26, the law’s 25th
anniversary, unless Trump decides otherwise. It is his decision alone.

The prospect of the release of the last of the government’s long-secret JFK assassination files
has long tantalized historians and other scholars, to say nothing of the nation’s armies of conspiracy
theorists, since no one can claim to know exactly what is in there.

Martha W. Murphy, the Archives official who oversees the records, said in an interview last month
that a team of researchers with high-level security clearances is at work to prepare the JFK files
for release and hopes to begin unsealing them in batches much earlier than October – possibly
as early as summer.

Beyond releasing the 3,600 never-before-seen JFK files, the Archives is reviewing another
35,000 assassination-related documents, previously released in part, so they can be unsealed
in full. Short of an order from the president, Murphy said, the Archives is committed to making
everything public this year: “There’s very little decision-making for us.”

Many of the documents are known to come from the files of CIA officials who monitored a
mysterious trip that Oswald paid to Mexico City several weeks before the assassination – a trip
that broughtKennedy’s future killer under intense surveillance by the spy agency as he paid visits
to both the Soviet and Cuban embassies there. The CIA said it monitored all visitors to the
embassies and opened surveillance of Oswald as soon as he was detected inside the Soviet
compound for the first time.

Other documents are known to identify, by name, American and foreign spies and law-enforcement
sources who had previously been granted anonymity for information about Oswald and the
assassination. At least 400 pages of the files involve E. Howard Hunt, the former CIA operative
turned Watergate conspirator who claimed on his deathbed that he had advance knowledge of
Kennedy’s murder.

The documents were gathered together by a temporary federal agency, the Assassination Records
Review Board, that was established under the 1992 law. In an interview last month, its former chairman,
Judge John R. Tunheim of the Federal District Court in Minnesota, said he “wouldn’t be surprised if
there’s something important” in the documents, especially given how much of the history of the Kennedy
assassination has had to be rewritten in recent decades.

He said he knew of “no bombshells” in the files when the board agreed to keep them secret two decades
ago, but names, places and events described in the documents could have significance now, given what
has been learned about the assassination since the board went out of business. “Today, with a broader
understanding of history, certain things may be far more relevant,” he said.

Murphy, the Archives official, said she, too, knew of no shocking information in the documents – but she
said her researchers were not in a position to judge their significance. “As you can imagine, we’re not
reading them for that, so we’re probably not the best people to tell you,” she said. “I will say this: This
collection is really interesting as a snapshot of the Cold War.”

The Review Board, created by Congress to show transparency in response to the public furor created
by Oliver Stone’s conspiracy-minded 1991 film “JFK,” did force the release of a massive library of other
long-secret documents from the CIA, FBI, Secret Service and other federal agencies, as well as from
congressional investigations of the assassination.

Many showed how much evidence was withheld from the Warren Commission, the independent panel
led by Chief Justice Earl Warren that investigated the assassination and concluded in 1964 that there
was no evidence of a conspiracy in Kennedy’s death.

The documents showed that both the CIA and FBI had much more extensive information about Oswald,
and the danger he posed to JFK—before the assassination than the agencies admitted to Warren’s
investigation. The evidence appeared to have been withheld from the commission out of fear that it would
expose how the CIA and FBI had bungled the opportunity to stop Oswald.

Under the 1992 law, agencies may make a final appeal to try to stop the unsealing of specific documents
on national security grounds. But the law grants only one person the power to actually block the release:
the president. The law allows Trump to keep a document secret beyond the 25-year deadline if he certifies
to the National Archives that secrecy was “made necessary by an identifiable harm to military defense,
intelligence operations, law enforcement or conduct of foreign relations” and that “the identifiable harm is
of such gravity that it outweighs the public interest in disclosure.”

Both the CIA and FBI acknowledged in written statements last month that they are reviewing the documents
scheduled for release; neither agency would say if it planned to appeal to the White House to block the
unsealing of any of the records. “CIA continues to review the remaining CIA documents in the collection to
determine the appropriate next steps with respect to any previously-unreleased CIA information,” said agency
spokesperson Heather Fritz Horniak. The FBI said it had a team of 21 researchers assigned to the document
review.

According to a skeletal index of the documents prepared by the Archives, some of the files appear to involve,
at least indirectly, a set of conspiracy theories that Trump himself promoted during the 2016 campaign – about
possible ties between Cuban exile groups in the United States and Oswald.

On the campaign trail, Trump repeatedly promoted an article published last April in the National Enquirer that
suggested a connection between Oswald and the Cuban-born father of Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, one of
Trump’s rivals for the Republican nomination. The article was based entirely on a 1963 photograph that
showed Oswald, a self-proclaimed Marxist and champion of Fidel Castro’s Communist revolution in Cuba,
handing out pro-Castro leaflets in New Orleans with a man who, the tabloid suggested, was Cruz’s father,
Rafael.

The Cruz family denied that the senator’s family was the man depicted in the photo and that Rafael Cruz
had any connection to Oswald; there is no other evidence of any connection.
The National Archives index shows that the documents to be released this year include a 86-page file on
a prominent CIA-backed anti-Castro exile group that Oswald appears to have tried to infiltrate in New Orleans,
his hometown, in order to gather information that might be of use to the Castro government.

Judge Tunheim said that Oswald’s trip to Mexico City in September and October 1963 figures directly or
indirectly in many of the documents that remain under seal, including the internal files of CIA operatives
who worked at the American embassy there.

Historians agree that the trip, which Oswald apparently undertook in hopes of obtaining a visa to defect to
Castro’s Cuba, much as he had once tried to defect to the Soviet Union, has never been fully investigated.

“I still think there are loose threads in Mexico City that no one has ever explored,” Tunheim said. “It was a
bizarre chapter – there’s no question about it.” Previously declassified CIA and FBI documents suggest that
Oswald openly boasted to Cuban officials there about his intention to kill Kennedy and that he had a brief
affair with a Mexican woman who worked in Cuba’s consulate. The American ambassador to Mexico at the
time of the assassination said later that he believed the woman had probably been working for the CIA.

Tunheim said the Review Board agreed to keep the Mexico-related documents secret in the 1990s at the
request of the State Department, the CIA and other agencies that warned that their release could do damage
to relations with the Mexico government, which worked closely with the CIA and FBI during the Cold War.
“Mexico City was where everybody spied on everybody else,” the judge said.

But given the chill in relations between the United States and Mexico following Trump’s election and early
moves by his administration to build its long-promised wall along the Mexican border, a similar plea to keep
the documents secret may not go very far with the new president. Said Tunheim: “I guess we don’t have
much of a relationship with the Mexican government to protect anymore.”

Philip Shenon, a former Washington and foreign correspondent for the New York Times, is author, most
recently, of A Cruel and Shocking Act: The Secret History of the Kennedy Assassination. This essay is drawn
from the afterword to the new paperback edition of the book, scheduled for publication by Picador on Feb. 3.
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Postby kenmurray » Sat Apr 29, 2017 10:18 pm

Jim DeEugenio's review of A Cruel And Shocking Act:

https://kennedysandking.com/john-f-kenn ... ocking-act
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WILL TRUMP RELEASE THE MISSING JFK FILES ?

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Mon Jun 05, 2017 4:43 pm

06.05.2017

Dear JFK Murder Solver Forum Members and Readers:

Russian President Vladimir Putin in an interview yesterday stated that:

1. THE CIA REMOVED JFK.

2. THE CIA STOLE THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE MATERIAL.

Maybe "We the People..." should start reading Russian News Media instead of the U.S.
Controlled Main Stream Media ? (06.05.2017, BB).

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely
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Postby Bob » Mon Jun 05, 2017 5:03 pm

To me, the Russian media has become a mouthpiece for Putin since he took power. That's what happens when countless people in the media are murdered until they learn how to "correctly" put out the propaganda...er...news. The MSM in the United States is spineless in many ways, especially when it comes to reporting about events like the JFK, MLK and RFK assassinations, 9-11 and similar events. In both instances however, the media in both countries is often fed information by the intelligence agencies to promote an agenda, whatever it may be.

You see that right now in the U.S., as the CIA, FBI and NSA are leaking information that will incriminate Donald Trump, mostly because of his calling out the intelligence agencies, his firing of James Comey as head of the FBI and his coziness with Putin.

All that being said, even politicians like Putin and Trump, who lie many more times than not, will tell the truth at times. Putin called it right. The CIA did kill JFK, although they received some help. But they were the key ingredient in what happened on 11/22/1963. But also remember, Putin hates the CIA, mostly because he used to work for it's nemesis, the KGB.

Do you remember when the Donald said that Ted Cruz's dad use to hang out with Lee Harvey Oswald? The MSM said then and still does that the statement by Trump was conspiracy theory nonsense. But guess what? Humpty Trumpty was right. But the MSM didn't want to open that can of worms again, not when they were co-conspirators after the fact, covering up the truth regarding the murder of JFK. :roll:
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Postby Bob Jonas » Tue Jun 06, 2017 2:42 pm

The 'powers-that-be' have had over 50 years to alter or destroy any incriminating documents. In fact, I am guessing that any files that are released could be complete fabrications placed there for the sole purpose of supporting the Warren Report. I hope I'm wrong, but I just can't imagine the CIA, or anyone else involved, just leaving those files alone if there is any damaging info in them.
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Postby Slav » Wed Jun 07, 2017 3:28 am

I was thinking the same thing, all fines have been sanitized, why would they ever leave incriminating files there after they are still covering up after 50 years.
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Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Thu Jul 27, 2017 3:15 am

07.27.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

04.29.2017 - I originally Posted this Inquisitive, Probative Headline and Supporting Material.

07.25.2017 - This article appeared about the October, 2017 Scheduled Release For More JFK Removal Files.

I think that this will all be a Big Nothing As Is The Release Of Other JFK Removal Files This Week From The CIA and FBI
Files. (07.26.2017, BB).

PRESIDENT TRUMP, GIVE US THE FULL STORY ON THE JFK ASSASSINATION:
By Larry J. Sabato, Philip Shenon
July 25, 2017 at 10:15 AM

President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jackie Kennedy in Washington on May 3, 1961(Reuters).

Larry J. Sabato is director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics and author of “The Kennedy Half-Century.” Philip
Shenon, a former Washington correspondent for the New York Times, is the author of “A Cruel and Shocking Act: The
Secret History of the Kennedy Assassination.”

Later this year — unless President Trump intervenes — the American people will get access to the last of thousands of
secret government files about a turning point in the nation’s history: the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

The National Archives this week released several hundred of the documents, which come from CIA and FBI files, and of
course, JFK researchers are scrambling to see whether they contain any new clues about the president’s murder. But
many more documents remain under seal, awaiting release by this October, the 25-year deadline set by the 1992
Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act.

The law gives only one person — the president — the ability to stop the release from happening. He can act only if he
certifies in writing that the documents would somehow endanger national security.

We know we speak for an army of historians, political scientists, journalists and concerned citizens who have studied the
JFK assassination when we say that it is time for the federal government to release everything in the custody of the
Archives. This is the moment for full transparency about a seminal event that cost many Americans’ trust in their
government.

The 1992 law has already brought some welcome transparency. It resulted in the release of millions of pages of documents
regarding the assassination, including the 441 files from the CIA and FBI made public Monday. But about 3,150 other
documents remain totally under seal, along with tens of thousands of pages that have been only partially unsealed because
intelligence and law-enforcement agencies opposed their release in the 1990s.

Those are the documents that Trump could try to keep secret. And sadly, he appears to be under pressure to do so. Both
of us have written books about the assassination and have a keen interest in what the president decides. Congressional
and other government officials have warned us in confidence in recent weeks that at least two federal agencies will make
formal appeals to the White House to block the release of some of the files.

Which agencies ? Which files ? The officials would not say, but it is already known that the CIA, the FBI and the Justice
Department prepared most of the still-secret documents. If they’re the agencies objecting, is the president prepared to
overrule them in the name of openness?

When it comes to JFK’s murder, what secret can be worth keeping nearly 54 years after those shots rang out in Dealey
Plaza ? In the 1990s, intelligence agencies might have been able to argue legitimately that some documents needed to
stay under seal because they revealed the identity of American spies and law-enforcement informants who were still
living and could be in danger if their cover were blown.

But decades later, logic suggests that almost all those people are now dead; if a handful are still alive, provisions can be
made to protect them, if necessary. What lingers today is the widely held belief among Americans that the truth about a
landmark moment in the nation’s history is still being hidden.

Almost as soon as the Warren Commission issued its September 1964 findings that Lee Harvey Oswald killed Kennedy
and there was no evidence of a conspiracy, it became apparent that the investigation led by Chief Justice Earl Warren
was seriously flawed. In large part, this was because the CIA, the FBI and other agencies had withheld evidence from
the commission and its investigative staff, apparently to cover up their own bungling before the assassination.

The evidence did not necessarily point to a conspiracy in Kennedy’s death — at least not the sort of dark, tangled plot
imagined by many theorists. But the commission should have dug more deeply into Oswald’s mysterious six-day trip to
Mexico City two months before the assassination, when he met with high-level Soviet and Cuban embassy personnel.
While 21st-century forensic science demonstrates that Oswald was almost certainly the lone gunman in Dallas, it’s
possible that people at home or abroad knew he was plotting to kill Kennedy and might have encouraged him — by
definition, possible co-conspirators. Or at a minimum, they did not try to stop Oswald.

By the late 1960s, opinion polls showed that, largely due to the Warren Commission’s shortcomings, most Americans
had rejected the official story. What happened in the decades since is both understandable and toxic. Much of the
public came to assume that if their government would not tell the truth about the murder of the president, it could not
be expected to be honest about anything else — for example, human-caused climate change or the safety of childhood
vaccines.

Trump, no stranger to promoting conspiracy theories, has a chance to show that he is committed to resolving some of the
biggest conspiracy theories in American politics. We hope he welcomes the opportunity. If the documents in the National
Archives are released in full, the president will receive credit for having struck a blow for transparency and, at least on
this issue, attempting to show that the government no longer has anything to hide.

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Re: WILL TRUMP RELEASE THE MISSING JFK FILES ?

Postby kenmurray » Thu Jul 27, 2017 7:50 pm

New JFK Files: CIA Drags Its Feet on Compliance, failing to release 12 documents.....

http://jfkfacts.org/12-cia-documents-om ... s-release/
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Postby kenmurray » Fri Jul 28, 2017 1:47 pm

Jim DiEugenio discusses the JFK Files on Black Op Radio:

http://blackopradio.com/archives2017.html
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