Press Release nr96-19
Press Release · Monday, December 18, 1995
Washington, DCPress Release
December 18, 1995
The National Archives to Open Additional JFK Information
Washington, DC. . . On Wednesday, December 20, l995, the National Archives at College Park will make available to the public CIA, FBI and House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) documents relating to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in accordance with the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of l992. All of the documents have been available, but many previously contained redactions. They will now be available either in their entirety or with fewer redactions.
The JFK Assassination Records Review Board has authority to release materials related to the assassination of President Kennedy that have been previously withheld by Federal agencies. The Board voted on October 24, l995 to release these documents in full or in part. They include:
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