The white house has allowed to declassify documents about the Kennedy assassination

Unknown material about the “murder of the century” will be published on 26 October

Donald trump on Saturday said that the White house is willing to declassify documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy was shot November 22, 1963 during a visit to Dallas, Texas.

“Assuming that I will receive additional information, I, as President, be allowed to disclose secret documents about John Fitzgerald Kennedy, which has long been blocked,” wrote Donald trump on his page on “Twitter”.

The deadline for the declassification of these documents expires on October 26. On the eve of the American media, citing its own sources reported that under pressure from intelligence agencies, the President may prohibit the publication of archival data. We are talking about more than three thousand of the FBI and the CIA, as well as 30, 000 documents that have never been published in full.

Order that all documents related to the murder of Kennedy should be declassified in 2017, was signed by President George H. W. Bush 25 years ago. At the same time, in 1992, created a special Commission to conduct further investigations into the tragedy, and study related documents. The results of the work of this Commission is still not known.

President Kennedy was killed by several shots from a rifle during a visit to Dallas. The investigation conducted by the special Commission came to the conclusion that the crime was committed by a lone gunman Lee Harvey Oswald.