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Oct 23, 2017 by Roger Stone
What the New York Times and the Washington Post both correctly report is that in a friendly phone call with president Donald Trump, I made the case for the release of 3100 still classified government files that address the assassination of Pres. John F. Kennedy.
A 1994 law scheduled the release of the last batch of JFK assassination-related records for October 26 of this year. Under the act, only the president can delay the release for an additional 25 years.
The president, who was cheerful, upbeat and confident, is fully engaged in his effort to pass his tax reform package so he can turbocharge the economy. He listened politely to my pitch for transparency in the release of these files mandated by the US Congress in 1994. He asked a few pointed questions and told me he would review the matter. I was optimistic.
Only days previously…
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