Who Killed JFK?

thirdform

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there's an argument that goes if the masses weren't so distracted by pop music/football/beer/consumerism/conspiracy theories
they would be so utterly bored they would spontaneously erupt into revolution, but i've never bought it.

well, the inverse of that is that I'm so utterly bored by Oasis I want to instigate a reign of red terror.
 
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thirdform

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i mean i am fine with oasis fan genocide so I don't particularly have a problem with individual fans. just as a congregation.
 

version

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Interesting development. Wonder whether this guy will follow through or whether he's just talking shit.


Many Americans wonder why the CIA is still concealing records related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, which happened nearly 60 years ago.

We now have the answer. The CIA is hiding something terribly embarrassing, if not incriminating, about its role in the JFK story. In mid-1963, senior Agency officials approved a covert operation that used Lee Harvey Oswald for intelligence purposes, three months before Oswald allegedly shot and killed the president in Dallas on November 22, 1963. The CIA hid this operation from the Warren Commission in 1964, from the House Select Committee on Assassinations in 1978, and from the Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB) in 1998. The explosive story is told in 44 JFK records that the CIA has “denied in full” to the public.

In an Oct. 2021 memo President Biden set December 15 for federal agencies to disclose all records related to the assassination. Whether the CIA will release records related to the undisclosed Oswald operation is a test of Biden’s order and the 1992 JFK Records Act, which mandates release of all assassination-related information in the government’s possession.

I will explain what we know—and do not know—about the undisclosed Oswald operation at a press conference at the National Press Club tomorrow, Tuesday December 6.
 

borzoi

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I was pretty into reading about this after i read libra and american tabloid. IMO the oswald-CIA connections are too weird and numerous to ignore, but in a way that makes an actual assassination plot hard to distinguish from "oh shit oh shit our guy shot the president we have to cover this up to save our jobs".
 

version

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On Thursday, President Joe Biden issued an executive order authorising the latest disclosure.
But he said some files would be kept under wraps until June 2023 to protect against possible "identifiable harm".


Wonder what's in them and whether they stick to June.

The US National Archives said that 515 documents would remain withheld in full, and another 2,545 documents would be partly withheld.

Each time they do this it adds fuel to the fire.
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
Each time they do this it adds fuel to the fire.
The thing is though, if there were 10,000 documents and they released 9,999 of them, everyone who's into this kind of thing would assume that their preferred theory is proved beyond all doubt by that one undisclosed document.
 

version

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The thing is though, if there were 10,000 documents and they released 9,999 of them, everyone who's into this kind of thing would assume that their preferred theory is proved beyond all doubt by that one undisclosed document.

Yeah, they would, and if they released everything you'd probably get people saying they're lying about how many documents they had or that some things were never documented.

That isn't much of a rebuttal to criticism of not having released everything years after their own deadline though.
 
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