Assassin of the 35th US President John Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald was not associated with the Central intelligence Agency (CIA). This is stated in the published Ministry document, reports RIA Novosti.
As noted in the CIA Memorandum, dated 1975, rumors about the connection of Oswald with the office “absolutely groundless.” This conclusion was made as a result of a detailed study of the archives of CIA 1970-ies. Not been found and evidence of collaboration of Oswald with any other us intelligence agencies, the document says.
It also became known that the CIA suspected that immediately after Kennedy’s assassination, Oswald could try to escape to the USSR. “It seems that he was only thinking about the peaceful transfer to the Soviet Union, but it is also possible that he was in the process of obtaining documents to quickly escape after the assassination of the President”, — said in a CIA document from November 24, 1963.
Earlier on 4 November it was reported that the national archives has published 676 new documents on the case concerning the assassination of John F. Kennedy in 1963. In particular, 553 document was prepared by the CIA. Published paper of the ministries of justice and defence and the special Committee of the house of representatives to investigate the murders.
On 26 October the President of the United States Donald trump signed a Memorandum on the publication of nearly three thousand unknown documents about the murder of John Kennedy. However, he stressed that will be published all the documents, explaining that the request of the Federal agencies and departments to give them time till 26 APR 2018 for additional familiarization with the materials. He later promised to publish all documents except those which mention the names and addresses of people still alive.
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: Declassified new documents about the Kennedy assassination