Although the published records do not contain revelations that could radically change the understanding of the events surrounding the assassination of Kennedy on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, historians and researchers have eagerly awaited this package of documents. writes The Guardian.
Decades after the assassination, many remain skeptical that at the height of the Cold War, Lee Harvey Oswald, the troubled young man who ordered the gun by mail, was solely responsible for Kennedy’s death. This event changed the course of American history.
The documents released include CIA telegrams and memos discussing previously disclosed but never fully explained Oswald’s visits to the Soviet and Cuban embassies in Mexico City, as well as discussions about Cuba’s potential involvement in the Kennedy assassination.