The Biden administration will make public a treasure trove of government documents about JFK’s assassination today.  

National Archives will release these files on Wednesday at noon, following months of delays from Biden. He had originally promised that they would be made public but then stopped, blaming COVID backlogs. 

Although they are unlikely to contain bombshells regarding the 1963 Dallas Assassination in Dallas, the documents will give more information on the day as well as the government’s ongoing investigation. 

Congress established a 1992 review board to collect the documents. The government held thousands of documents back after they completed their investigation in 1997. 

The Kennedy family has repeatedly requested that the documents be made public.  

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was JFK’s nephew and he blasted the fact that certain files will remain hidden until next year. 

JFK and Jackie Kennedy are pictured in his car in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963, moments before he was assassinated. Government files about his death that have been kept secret for 58 years will today be released

Jackie Kennedy and JFK were pictured together in Kennedy’s car, Dallas, Texas on November 22nd 1963. This was just seconds before Kennedy was assassinated. Today, the government files concerning his death which have been secreted for 58 years are being released. 

Lee Harvey Oswald, a former Marine, was arrested for the assassination. He was then killed two days later while being transported by police. He was shot by a nightclub owner, Jack Ruby

Lee Harvey Oswald (a former Marine) was captured for the assassination. The assassin was killed by the police two days later. Jack Ruby, a nightclub owner shot him.

National security agencies have flagged the files, which will be kept secret up until December next year for further investigation. 

‘It’s an outrage. It’s an outrage against American democracy. 

‘We’re not supposed to have secret governments within the government. 

 How the hell is it 58 years later, and what in the world could justify not releasing these documents?’

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.  

It’s a strange coincidence that this document was not released 58-years later. RFK Jr. told Politico in October. 

A former Rep. Patrick Kennedy was also criticised by Ted Kennedy’s friend, and long-time Biden friend.

‘I think for the good of the country, everything has to be put out there so there’s greater understanding of our history,’ he said.

Kennedy stated that it was an era of “a lot of conspiracy theories” and pointed out there is a “tendency to distrust government generally.”

Conspiracy theoryrs still question the reason why some files are redacted by the government. 

JFK was riding in the convertible backseat with Jackie Kennedy Kennedy, when he received a bullet to the neck. 

The patient was taken to hospital, but he was declared dead thirty minutes later. 

The files will be made public by the National Archives at noon on Wednesday

National Archives will make the files public at noon Wednesday. 

Lee Harvey Oswald, who was just a few minutes later arrested in a movie theater. In police interviews, he denied that he had shot Kennedy. He was also accused of shooting J.D. Tippit. 

Oswald was a Marxism fanatic and a former Marine. He was being taken by police and shot two days later. 

Jack Ruby, a Dallas nightclub owner killed him. The murder was also witnessed by police and media.  

He said that Kennedy’s assassination was what drove him.  

These files had always been intended to be released within 25 years from the assassination according the JFK Records Act. However, Biden delayed their release in January, citing COVID backlogs. 

While President Trump had agreed to publish 10,000 while he was president, they were mostly redacted. 

Experts and historians don’t believe Wednesday’s files dump will include any bombshells, revelations or other information about the assassination. However, because of the secrecy surrounding them there’s still suspicion that government officials aren’t telling everyone everything. 

 ‘Because it has taken [the government]It took so much time to release these records, and no matter how it comes out, nobody is going to believe this,’ a CNN official said Wednesday.