The President of the United States Donald trump agreed to lift the secrecy of documents from the National archives related to the investigation of the murder of the 35th President John F. Kennedy. About this he wrote on his Twitter page Saturday, October 21.
“Subject to the further information I as the President will reveal for so long locked and sealed John Fitzgerald Kennedy,” said trump.
Previously to the publication Politico, citing sources in the presidential administration reported that it can block the impending publication. According to him, the head of state puts pressure Central intelligence Agency and the White house feared that the disclosure of the data could damage national security.
The October 26 national archives of the United States must publish about 3.1 thousand of secret documents, and about 30 thousands of papers that were previously published only in part. Secrecy for a period of 25 years was set for all documents containing information about the assassination of Kennedy, by decree of President George H. W. Bush in 1992.
John Kennedy led US a little over two years and was mortally wounded during a trip to Dallas November 22, 1963. According to the official version, his killer was a loner named Lee Harvey Oswald who shot the President from a sniper rifle from a distance. The circumstances of the death of the President are still controversial.
Background: Politico has suggested a ban trump to publish documents about the Kennedy assassination