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AMERICANS still want to know more about the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy according to a recent poll.

President Joe Biden made a promise to the public last year after releasing some records regarding JFK‘s murder on November 22, 1963.

President Joe Biden has promised to reveal all of the government documents pertaining to the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy on December 15

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President Joe Biden has promised to reveal all of the government documents pertaining to the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy on December 15Credit: Reuters
70% of Americans want to see all of the documents pertaining to Lee Harvey Oswald (pictured) and the assassination on JFK

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70% of Americans want to see all of the documents pertaining to Lee Harvey Oswald (pictured) and the assassination on JFKCredit: AP:Associated Press

He said that the remaining records would be released by December 15 of this year after keeping more hidden.

With the date approaching quickly, many are concerned about the documents being completely released as promised.

A recent poll conducted by a research party that is allegedly suing the Biden administration to release more about the event has revealed that seven out of 10 Americans still want to see those documents, per NBC News.

The Mary Ferrell Foundation, which is said to be the United States‘ largest source of records on the assassination, claims that thousands of secrets still remain hidden surrounding the assassination and has filed a lawsuit against the Biden Administration.

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According to the foundation’s vice president, Jefferson Morley, there are allegedly at least 16,000 secrets to be revealed, even a possible 44 records involving a covert CIA program about Cuba that is said to have involved Lee Harvey Oswald himself.

The foundation also sued the Biden administration back in October to release more information, per NBC News.

Back in October 2021, Biden delayed the release of all the JFK documents until this month, which came after another postponement from former president Donald Trump in 2017, per The Washington Post.

Five years ago, the documents were supposed to be released due to the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992.

This was passed by Congress in recognition and response to Oliver Stone’s 1991 film titled JFK starring Kevin Costner.

One JFK assassination history expert, Fernand Amandi, said that the goal to release the documents is uniting some Americans.

“There’s not a lot that unites a lot of American voters these days, but one of the few things that does is to see President Biden release the long-overdue JFK files as he promised a year ago,” he explained.

Amandi is part of the consulting firm of Bendixen & Amandi International in Miami, which led the polling to find that about 71 percent of American voters want the JFK assassination documents released.

Only 10 percent still maintain the thought that they should be delayed still of the CIA or FBI would like it to be.

Not only that, but 50 percent of voters believed there was still a conspiracy surrounding the assassination, and 38 percent say Oswald acted alone.

For those who believe there was a conspiracy, opinions are divided even further.

At least 38% of pollers in the study believe that JFK's assassination was part of a conspiracy

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At least 38% of pollers in the study believe that JFK’s assassination was part of a conspiracyCredit: AP:Associated Press

31 percent believe the CIA was involved in JFK’s assassination, 13 percent think it was the mafia, seven percent believe it was the Cuban government, and six percent blame the Soviet Union, NBC News reported.

It is true that the CIA has been significantly involved in keeping information surrounding JFK’s death under wraps in the 59 years or so since the shooting.

According to Morley and George Joannides, a case officer who observed an anti-Fidel Castro group called Directorio Revolucionario Estudantil, Oswald was identified as pro-Castro after JFK’s assassination allegedly due to an effort by the U.S. to justify an attack on Cuba.

The Pentagon was allegedly conducting ‘Operation Northwoods,’ which was said to produce a ‘false flag’ attack to open an opportunity to take action against Cuba in response to the Bay of Pigs situation in April of 1961.

Despite all of the possibilities, many, like Morley are just curious as to what the government is still hiding.

“What are they hiding? There’s 44 documents that we know exist, that are assassination-related but have not been released. And they relate to covert programs in which George Joannides was involved,” Morley said.

“There was authorized operational activity around Oswald before the assassination. And that’s what’s in these withheld documents.”

Rolf Mowatt-Larssen, a former CIA agent and lecturer on JFK, feels that the documents should be released in order to bring a very divided country together, according to NBC News.

“The poll results don’t surprise me. People want the government to tell them the truth,” Mowatt-Larssen noted.

“There’s not been a time in my life when trust in government has been this low, so why not disclose?”

Per NBC News, the White House, CIA, FBI, and National Archives and Records Administration still has not commented on the findings.

What has already been revealed

The documents that have been released have revealed much about the U.S. government's monitoring of Lee Harvey Oswald

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The documents that have been released have revealed much about the U.S. government’s monitoring of Lee Harvey OswaldCredit: AP:Associated Press

Whether or not the promise from President Biden or the lawsuit from the Mary Ferrell Foundation is answered, the information released in 2021 about the assassination has still offered some insight.

As The U.S. Sun previously reported, there have been at least five shocking revelations about Oswald’s shooting of JFK in 1963.

Some of the documents revealed mystery calls from a ‘Soviet Embassy chauffeur’ to the CIA Station in Canberra, Australia, on November 24, 1963 and October 15, 1962.

They claimed that what they referred to as the ‘Iron Curtain Countries’ paid $100,000 to assassinate JFK.

Additionally, the United States government had already been tracking and observing Oswald before the fated day in November of 1963.

This first began when Oswald appeared during a technical operation in Mexico City on October 9, 1963.

Most importantly,  he visited the Soviet Embassy in Mexico City multiple times for a visa to Cuba where he would wait to be picked up by the USSR.

Other information included in the documents surrounded an initial attempt from the United States to assassinate Castro using the Cuban Criminal underworld, and a possible 43 people and three corporations connected to Oswald and the assassination.

Oswald is fittingly at the top of the list, with his wife, Marina Nikolaevna Prussakova Oswald, next up.

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For related content, The U.S. Sun has the story of a conspiracy theory regarding JFK spilling UFO secrets, which allegedly resulted in the death of the late Marilyn Monroe.

John F. Kennedy (left) and his wife, Jackie Kennedy (right) on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas

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John F. Kennedy (left) and his wife, Jackie Kennedy (right) on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, TexasCredit: EPA



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