The release of the JFK archive, some 3,000 files, won’t challenge the official narrative. Anything pointing to agency involvement in the assassination was long ago removed, and that not removed will be heavily redacted in the name of national security. The archived documents are being used to support the government’s narrative.
The CIA wanted to link Oswald to Valery Kostikov, a KGB assassin, and claim the assassination was the work of the Soviets and Cubans. An unclassified transcript ends before CIA director Richard Helms can answer a question asked by the Rockefeller Commission if Oswald was a CIA agent. At least three intelligence agencies were shadowing Oswald in the last four years of his life. The corporate script-reading media either underplays or ignores the obvious—the CIA conducts illegal and unethical operations in secret. It isn’t answerable to the American people. Its budget is classified. It has a long history of violence, including assassination. It has conducted operations against the American people at home. The bottom line is the CIA with its history of subterfuge and lying can’t be trusted. Like the much hyped 28 pages framing the Saudis for 9/11, the ultimate release of the JFK files won’t solve the murder or even provide us with a motive. The files more likely will be used to further implicate Lee Harvey Oswald and steer us away from the real culprit—the CIA, a tool created by Wall Street lawyers and the ruling elite.