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The last twenty-four hours have been hell for just about everyone trying to make heads or tails out of the lastest document dump on the JFK assassination.

The only real news is that this isn’t the end of it, thanks to the last minute decision to postpone the final release of all documents another six months – at least.

Rex Bradford of the Mary Ferrell Foundation reports that “tens of thousands of documents, possibly as many as 30,000, remain sealed at the National Archives.”

To some, this is the “good stuff.” To others, the good stuff was destroyed long ago.

Read entire article at jfkfiles.blogspot.com