WASHINGTON, DC -- Good news for those hoping to finally get answers in the crime of the century. According to the National Archives, thousands more classified documents have been released in accordance with the Supreme Court ruling that all be released by 2017.
The newly 3,000 something documents, detail in great format, how the CIA and the United States Government certainly had Lee Harvey Oswald in their eyesights -- but failed to ultimately stop Oswald from committing JFK 's murder (in which they believe he did alone).
The documents delve deep into the alleged connection between Oswald, and, the Soviet Union and an apparent visit to Mexico City just a few days before JFK 's murder.
JFK, for our younger readers, was murdered 22 November 1963 "reportedly and allegedly" ...