President Joe Biden’s administration has ordered the unsealing of over 13,000 documents relating to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. 97% of the Kennedy files in the collection are now available to the public.
The documents are said to contain more information on Lee Harvey Oswald, as well as details regarding the shooter’s time in Mexico City.
The remaining documents will be kept sealed until June 2023 in order to protect against “identifiable harm,” officials said.
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