Writes Black Flag:
What’s most interesting about the release of the Kennedy files is that everyone is talking about what these documents don’t say. Of course, we’re not going to find a written confession of anything that unravels a mountain of lies.
What these documents do say is at least as interesting. Kissinger and Ford talking about damage control and a problem with Israel, a secret CIA facility that’s hidden in plain sight while simultaneously interacting with the public, and much more that would take some serious cataloging efforts that go beyond the scope of an email. The inclusion of these documents create new questions: What do these have to do with the assassination of Kennedy?
With 13,000 files to go through, we’re likely to find more questions like these that point to answers that only get stranger.