The U.S. authorities intend to disclose new materials about the Kennedy assassination at the end of the year

The order of publication of materials was approved by the American leader Joe Biden.

The U.S. administration intends to publish new materials on December 15 concerning the assassination of the 35th U.S. President John F. Kennedy in 1963. This is stated in a statement issued by the White House press service.

As it states, the U.S. Congress in 1992 announced that all data related to the Kennedy assassination “should be gradually disclosed” unless it harms the country’s defense, intelligence, law enforcement, or foreign policy. American agencies are checking these documents.

The current American leader Joe Biden approved the procedure for publishing these materials. Some of them are expected to be revealed on December 15. This is the information, the publication of which did not cause objections from the authorities.

The publication of the second part of the American agencies asked to postpone. It is expected that it will not be disclosed until December 15, 2022. The statement clarifies that earlier, the relevant recommendations were submitted by the leadership of the National Archives and Records Administration of the United States.

At the same time, as stated in the statement, American agencies may advocate that some of the data on the Kennedy assassination should not be published after December 15, 2022. It is expected that the National Archives and Records Administration of the United States will also develop a plan to create a digital database in the public domain, in which these documents will be placed.

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