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381091 27: President John F. Kennedy speaks at a press conference August 1, 1963. (Photo by National Archive/Newsmakers)

Two of John F. Kennedy’s nephews say it’s time for the government to release the remaining secret documents about the 35th President’s 1963 assassination.

According to NPR, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and former Rhode Island Congressman Patrick Kennedy are asking the Biden administration to make the records public. The White House was supposed to release the records this week but announced Friday there would be a delay until at least December 15th due to COVID issues, with a “more comprehensive release” in late 2022.

RFK Junior said keeping the documents secret is an outrage against American democracy while Patrick Kennedy said Americans have a right to know. The documents were supposed to have been released in 2017 but were delayed by former President Trump.

Why does two administrations keep delaying these documents? What secrets are being held from us?

Source: NPR