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Oct 28, 2017

President Trump to release investigation documents on President Kennedy’s assassination -Public execution as a lesson to everyone that CIA systematically got involved in?

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President Trump to release investigation documents on President Kennedy’s assassination -Public execution as a lesson to everyone that CIA systematically got involved in?
Reportedly, President Trump decided to release investigation documents on President Kennedy’s assassination. Although the government reached a conclusion that the assassination was carried out by lone murderer Oswald, those who have some knowledge about the event would never believe this conclusion. I introduce the website where you can see high-definition images of the moment of President Kennedy’s assassination and the website where suspicions over President Kennedy’s assassination are well summarized, both of which you can link to.

Assassination of President Kennedy was systematically carried out and it is impossible without involvement of the CIA. The problem is the reason of assassination. As written in Sakurai Journal below, the CIA had been unable to control President Kennedy.

Various reasons for the assassination are cited: President Kennedy issued government notes, the president tried to downscale the CIA, or the president tried to release UFO information. I think that even one of them is enough to be a reason for assassination. It appears that the assassination of President Kennedy was a public execution as a lesson to everyone to convey a message what would happen to a president who goes against the power of Darkness. I think that the execution was filmed.

If I am correct, I remember that probably a book by Mrs. Kaoru Nakamaru says that upon assuming office, successive presidents are supposed to come to a special room where they have to see the image of President Kennedy’s assassination.

October 23, 2017
Masatoshi Takeshita

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English translation of a Japanese article: Information Flash Report Dot-com – October 23, 2017 –

Mystery of Kennedy Assassination To Be Disclosed!? Investigation documents to be released on 26 this month! President Trump not to use veto right

Assassination of John F. Kennedy

President Trump made a comment that he will remove the designation of classified investigation documents and release them. According to President Trump’s official twitter, the president never use veto right to release documents and some of investigation documents will be released on 26 this month.

Assassination of John F. Kennedy occurred in Dallas, Texas in 1963 and a suspect Oswald, a former U.S. marine, was conclude to be a lone murdered. However, there are dubious points in the official announcement of the U.S. government and there is still a discussion about “whether there was the real culprit.”

Reportedly, the NSC (National Safety Council) asked the president to keep some of the documents secret and at present it is uncertain whether all the documents will be released or not.

U.S. President to allow the release of voluminous amount of documents related to assassination of John F. Kennedy

President Trump expressed his opinion that he will not use the authority to refuse the release as the deadline is close to release voluminous amount of investigation documents on the assassination of former President Kenndedy, which occurred more than half a century ago. Interest is focused on whether new facts on the event will be disclosed or not.


More than 3,000 classified files on the JFK assassination are scheduled to be made public on 26. President Trump will allow to the release. The files to be released involve circumstances around Oswald’s trip to Mexico City seven weeks before the shooting in Dallas.  https://t.co/3KllEo8slA
22:34 – October 21, 2017

English translation of an excerpt of a Japanese article: Sakurai Journal – October 22, 2017 –

President Trump intends to allow the release of classified government documents about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy but important evidence is likely to have been disposed of

President Trump announced the intention to release unreleased documents related to President John F. Kennedy’s assassination on November 22, 1963 by October 26. The JFK Records Act, effective October 26, 1992, requires that each assassination record be publicly disclosed in full and be made available in the collection no later than the date that is 25 years after the date of enactment of the Act.


The Warren Commission established immediately after the JFK assassination concluded that President Kennedy was assassinated entirely alone by Lee Harvey Oswald entirely. However, many people don’t believe this conclusion. That’s because a major piece of evidence or testimony was falsified, concealed or disposed of and illogical explanation were given.


Many witnesses of and people involved in the assassination died. One of them is Mary Pinchot Meyer. She got married to Cord Meyer who was deeply involved in a secret operation by CIA. She is known as a mistress to President Kennedy after divorcing Meyer.


Mary was in a position to know classified information. She was shot to death while taking a walk on October 12, 1964, three weeks after the release of Warren Commission Report.  <snip> “They could no longer control him. He had changed too fast. They concealed everything,” Mary reportedly said. (Timothy F. Leary, “Flashbacks,” Tarcher, 1983)

In other words, Kennedy gave a hawkish opinion during a presidential election but after assumption of the presidency, he put restriction on activities of giant financial organizations or steelmakers, took a strict stance on the development of nuclear weapons by Israel, and sought to solve a crisis of war between U.S. and Soviet Union through diplomatic channels and coexist with Soviet Union.


Important piece of evidence has been disposed of.   <snip> Documents to be released will be those they failed to dispose of.  <snip> Even so, disclosure of all documents is important.

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