JFK assassination files: Gregg Jarrett breaks down public skepticism over document reveal

Gregg Jarrett offers deep dive into speculation surrounding JFK assassination files in Fox Nation special

The National Archives and Records Administration on Wednesday released nearly 1,500 confidential documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. 

The tranche of documents comes amid public demands for transparency about the November 22nd, 1963 assassination, which has fueled conspiracy theories and speculation of all kinds in the decades since. 

“There are some surprising results and information in those documents,” Jarrett said. “But, thousands more are yet to be released.” “The government, to this day, continues to hide thousands of assassination records.”

Los Angeles, CA- Sen. John F. Kennedy, 1960 Democratic Presidential nomninee, thanks the Democratic National Convention for selecting him here, July 13. 
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President Biden in October delayed their release until this month, giving federal agencies more time to review the documents and make the necessary redactions.

“The questions were swirling about Lee Harvey Oswald, why he did it, who motivated him to do it, was he alone or was there some shadowy conspiracy involved?” Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera says in the Fox Nation show. “What the hell happened that day in Dallas Texas?”

Now, with the help of award-winning director Oliver Stone, Jarrett’s four-part deep-dive takes on the issue, striving to give the American people the whole story and offer proper context as historians and political scholars analyze the latest trove of documents.

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Fox News’ Laura Carrione contributed to this report.

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