The New York Time is reporting that President Trump tweeted that he intends to release the remaining files associated with the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Previously released Federal Bureau of Investigation documents suggest that Oswald spoke openly in Mexico about his intention to kill Kennedy.
Politico magazine earlier quoted Trump administration and other US government officials as saying the president would nearly certainly block the release of information from some of the thousands of classified files, which the US National Archives is scheduled to make public by an October 26 deadline.
There are more than 3,000 documents that have never been seen by the public and more than 30,000 that have been previously released but with redactions.
The only person who can prevent the release of the documents is President Trump, who still has the power to withhold any or all documents he believes could endanger U.S. Intelligence, law enforcement, or the military.
"There could be some jewels in there because our level of knowledge in the 1990s is maybe different from today", said Judge John Tunheim, who was chairman of the agency who determined the fate of public assassination records.More news: 6 killed in suspected cylinder blast in Bengaluru
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Oswald said he went to get visas to enter Cuba and the Soviet Union, but historians think there may be more to that story. Ted Cruz's father, then a rival for nomination, was associated with Kennedy's assassination, including contacts with Lee Harvey Oswald, the man who pulled the trigger. Kennedy was 46 and remains one of the most admired U.S. presidents.
The President, no stranger to conspiracy theories himeslf, may also have a personal interest in some of the released documents. Did Oswald act alone, or was he aided by a foreign government?
Last week, Mr Stone told far-right conspiracy theorist and radio show host Alex Jones that he had personally urged the President to make the JFK files public.
He said that "a very good White House source", but not the president, had told him the Central Intelligence Agency, "specifically CIA director Mike Pompeo, has been lobbying the President furiously bot to release these documents".
Experts say that they're not expecting any bombshell revelations in the documents. It sheds very bad light on the deep state, ' he said.