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50,000 Pages of JFK Assassination–Related Documents Still Classified (w/video)

I do not know how the majority of citizens of the United States can quietly stand by and accept the governments insistence of”one lone nut” Lee Oswald taking the life of our president after watching the famous Zapruder film below. It’s easy to see the President’s head fly backwards as he was shot from the front. . . . EDITOR

from cryptogon.com

June 1st, 2012

Via: Salon:

Next year will be a half-century since the death of JFK. And the Obama Administration thinks we need to keep secret the records on the matter … a little longer yet.

Believe it or not, more than 50,000 pages of JFK assassination–related documents are being withheld in full. And an untold number of documents have been partially withheld or released with everything interesting blacked out. But why?

Since the government and the big media keep telling us there was no conspiracy and that it was all Lee Harvey Oswald acting on his own, why continue to keep the wraps on? . . . Read Complete Report

from youtube

The Zapruder Film of JFK’s Assassination HD

Uploaded by on Dec 5, 2008

Classified Records Said to be Missing from National Archives

from Secrecy News

May 2nd, 2012 by Steven Aftergood


More than a thousand boxes of classified government records are believed to be missing from the Washington National Records Center (WNRC) of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), a three-year Inspector General investigation found.

But there are no indications of theft or espionage, an official said.

An inventory of the holdings at the Records Center determined that 81 boxes containing Top Secret information or Restricted Data (nuclear weapons information) were missing.  As of March 2011, an additional 1,540 boxes of material classified at the Secret or Confidential level also could not be located or accounted for, the Inspector General report on the matter said.  Each box can hold approximately 1.1 cubic feet or 2000 to 2500 sheets of paper. . . . Read Complete Report