• Files comprise final 1% of records held by federal government
  • In 1992, Congress ordered documents to be released within 25 years

The US government is set to release 2,800 previously classified JFK assassination files on Thursday, sending historians, researchers and conspiracy theorists scrambling online to scour some of the last remaining documents for fresh revelations.

But the president blocked the release of other documents, saying he had “no choice” but to consider “national security, law enforcement and foreign affairs concerns” raised mostly by the FBI and CIA.

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