The White House has stated it could delay the release of long-classified paperwork associated to the assassination of US President John F Kennedy.
US President Joe Biden wrote in an announcement that the remaining files "shall be withheld from full public disclosure" till 15 December subsequent 12 months, practically 60 years after Mr Kennedy's assassination in Dallas, Texas in 1963.
In 2018, former president Donald Trump launched a number of thousand secret files on the assassination, however withheld others on nationwide safety grounds.
The White House stated the nationwide archivist wants extra time for a evaluate into that redaction, which was slowed by the pandemic.
Mr Biden additionally stated the delay was "necessary to protect against identifiable harm to the military defence, intelligence operations, law enforcement, or the conduct of foreign relations" and that this "outweighs the public interest in immediate disclosure".
US President Joe Biden
The assassination of the 46-year-old president was a "profound national tragedy" that "continues to resonate in American history and in the memories of so many Americans who were alive on that terrible day," the assertion stated.
A ten-month investigation led by then-Supreme Court chief justice Earl Warren concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald, a former Marine who had lived within the Soviet Union, acted alone when he fired on Mr Kennedy's motorcade.
But the fee's investigation was criticised for being incomplete, with a Congressional committee later concluding that Mr Kennedy was "probably assassinated as a result of a conspiracy".
US regulation requires that every one authorities information on the assassination be disclosed "to enable the public to become fully informed".
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