Publicado: Sáb, Octubre 28, 2017
Global | By Iago Denis

Local British newspaper received JFK assassination tip-off

Local British newspaper received JFK assassination tip-off

The FBI quoted its Russia-based spy as saying: "Soviet officials were fearful that without leadership, some irresponsible general in the United States might launch a missile at the Soviet Union". Vice president Johnson B Lyndon was in another car in the motorcade. The organization is planning to post all of the documents online for public viewing.

A British local newspaper was tipped off about the assassination of President John F Kennedy around 25 minutes before it happened, the Mirror reported Friday.

JFK's widow Jackie reportedly had suspicions about her husband's successor, but this is the first time Johnson has been connected with the conspiracy in a government document.

After the review, Mr Trump expected such withholdings to be rare.

Last year, Mr Trump claimed that the father of Ted Cruz, a rival for the Republican nomination, had been with Oswald shortly before he murdered President Kennedy.

Police ordered an unprecedented dragnet of the city, hunting for the assassin. "Honestly we're not going to comment on the content of the files", the official said. "There are no faint hearts in Fort Worth".

Why make it public now?

Will there be any bombshells?

But this afternoon Russia moved quickly to dismiss any suggestions they had a role in the death of JFK in Dallas on November 22 1963.

The collection includes more than 3,100 documents - comprising hundreds of thousands of pages - that have never been seen by the public.

The files comprise almost the final 1% of records, which are held by the federal government.

According to calculations by the security services, the call came at 6.05 England, which was 12.05 Dallas Texas, the site of the assassination. Americans witnessed the murder of Oswald on November 24 as he was shot dead by Jack Ruby, a Texas nightclub owner, while the suspect was being transferred to a county jail on live television.

The Dallas division of the FBI was already trying to track Oswald in October 1963, according to memos by the New Orleans division. President Kennedy was shot at 12.30 p.m. While it isn't clear if the released documents have anything on this, the government had paid the Zapruder family $16 million.

It looks like it could be soon.

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