New unredacted material released on JFK assassination investigation

While this is going somewhat viral thanks to WikiLeaks, the release of unredacted materials related to assassination of President John F. Kennedy has been released by The National Archives! And it’s actually choke full of amazing information!

Among the materials released are audio files that are… wow! They involve an interview with a man named Yuri Nosenko. Nosenko was a KGB officer who had defected to the United States back in 1964. He claims to have been the officer in charge the files regarding Lee Harvey Oswald during his time in the Soviet Union. WOW!

Along with that, some information regrading the assassination of Martin Luther King JR was released, I’ll be excited to see more about that as well in the coming years. King was killed just 5 years after President Kennedy, back in 1968.

A law was passed in 1992 and it required that the National Archive preserve these some-5 million records regarding the investigation.

As Written By Sean Langille for the Washington Examiner:

The National Archives on Monday made public over 400 previously unreleased documents related to the CIA and FBI’s investigation of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Among the 441 materials released include 17 audio files of interviews of Yuri Nosenko, a KGB officer who defected to the United States in January 1964. Nosenko claimed to be the officer in charge of the KGB file on Lee Harvey Oswald during Oswald’s time in the Soviet Union.

Other documents released include items related to the probe of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination who was murdered five years after President Kennedy was killed, in 1968.

A 1992 law requires that the National Archives to preserve the approximately 5 million pages of records surrounding the investigation. Most of ……

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CIA, FBI release new material on Kennedy assassination investigation

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