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JFK Assassination Files : FBI Director Hoover Wanted Public
Convinced Oswald Was Real Assassin as Soon as Possible



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Lee
Harvey Oswald during a press conference after his arrest in Dallas on November
22, 1963. Thousands of documents about the John F. Kennedy assassination,
previously unseen by the public, have just been released.
STRINGER/AFP/Getty

A memo
written by FBI director J. Edgar Hoover, released among 2,800 declassified
records relating to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, has
shown how in the days after Lee Harvey Oswald was shot, the FBI planned to
convince the public that he was the real assassin as soon as possible.


In the
document, dictated shortly after Oswald was shot by Dallas nightclub owner Jack
Ruby, Hoover explains how both he and then-Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach
were concerned that Oswald should be established as
the president’s killer
 as a matter of urgency.


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“The
thing I am concerned about, and so is Mr. Katzenbach, is having something
issued so we can convince the public that Oswald is the real assassin,” Hoover
said in the 1963 memo.


The
former FBI director went on to explain that establishing which facts could and
could not be made public was important because of the possible foreign
policy implications.
“There are several aspects which would complicate our
foreign relations,” Hoover says in the memo.


These
were namely that the FBI was aware Oswald had contacted both the Cuban
embassy in Mexico City
and the Soviet Embassy in Washington. Hoover
explained that having the interception of these messages—one of them to the
“man in the Soviet Embassy in charge of assassinations and similar activities
on the part of the Soviet government”—made public would have “muddied the
waters internationally.”


Both
communications were deemed unimportant by Hoover with regard to the Kennedy
assassination
but did show the U.S. was breaking diplomatic protocols that
preclude eavesdropping on foreign embassies.


The
Hoover memo also complains about the amount of information about the shooting
being made available to the press through Dallas police. “We want them to shut
up,” Hoover said.


Roughly
300 documents of the tranche of what would have been 3,100 documents pertaining
to the assassination of  President Kennedy
have been withheld after
President Donald Trump Thursday agreed to requests from national security
agencies to keep some of the records secret.


A 1992
law mandated the release of the documents. Trump has directed the agencies that
requested some records to be withheld to review their reasons for doing so
within the next 180 days.   



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