New claim in the USA: Was the CIA involved in the Kennedy assassination?

Speaking on a radio show he attended, Kennedy Jr., about the murder of his uncle John F. Kennedy in 1963, said, “There is very strong evidence that the CIA was involved in the murder and the cover-up.” shared his opinion.

Kennedy Jr argued that this thesis was “beyond doubt”, claiming that his uncle’s murder was related to his refusal to send US troops to Vietnam.

Kennedy Jr, who hinted that the CIA might have been involved in the murder of his father, former US Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, also said that there was no evidence as strong as his uncle’s.

Kennedy Jr cited James Douglas’ book “JFK and the Unspeakable”, which included documents on the murder.

Kennedy Jr., a candidate for the 2024 presidential election, also spoke about some of Joe Biden’s policies.

Saying that Biden allowed “neo-conservative ideology” to dictate in foreign policy, Kennedy Jr also criticized the administration’s Ukraine war and border policies.

JFK assassination and controversies

John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Texas, where he went for election work.

In the investigation conducted by the Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren, it was concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald, who carried out the assassination, acted alone. However, the investigation was criticized for alleged incompleteness, and a commission established in the Congress later declared that the assassination could be a conspiracy.

The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) released a large number of non-confidential documents pertaining to the assassination, as required by the 1992 JFK law.

Former US President Donald Trump disclosed thousands of classified documents in 2017, while keeping some of them secret for national security reasons. The Joe Biden administration, on the other hand, released a series of confidential documents in December 2021 regarding the assassination of 35th US President John F. Kennedy in 1963.

Many researchers argued that the published documents did not provide any new clues about the assassination and did not shed light on the still ambiguous issues. It was alleged that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and other national security agencies prevented the publication of other documents related to the event despite the Congress decision.

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