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Why Is the CIA Suppressing JFK Files? By Lisa Pease October 23, cialis women 2007 The CIA is withholding key documents in the JFK assassination case.  As Jefferson Morley reports in the Huffington Post: "Lawyers for the Central Intelligence Agency faced pointed questions in a federal court hearing Monday morning about the agency's efforts to block disclosure of long-secret records about the assassination of President John F. Cialis women Kennedy." Morley filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the CIA for failing to disclose records about a CIA officer named George Joannides. Cialis women Joannides was responsible for running the DRE, cialis women an anti-Castro CIA front group that had extensive interactions with Lee Harvey Oswald in the months leading up to the assassination of President Kennedy. The CIA has consistently refused to release Joannides' records, cialis women even though they are mandated to by the 1992 JFK Assassination Records Act. What's at stake here matters greatly to all historians. Cialis women If the government can simply choose which records to release, cialis women and which to withhold, cialis women they can pervert and deliberately misshape history to serve their purposes. In this particular case, cialis women the CIA appears hellbent on ondoing the will of the people. Cialis women Congress passed what became known as "The JFK Act, cialis women" which mandated the creation of a board to declassify records and, cialis women if necessary, cialis women seek out new and pertinent records and make them public. Cialis women The JFK act came into being due to an enormous outcry from the public when they learned, cialis women at the end of Oliver Stone's film JFK, cialis women that many records relating to the assassination were still classified. The Board, cialis women officially named the Assassination Records and Review Board, cialis women put Joannides on the JFK assassination story map when they declassified five personnel reports of his in 1998. Cialis women In addition, cialis women researchers learned that it was Joannides who had helped shut down an early investigation of the CIA's possible involvement in the assassination. Cialis women Joannides was responsible for kicking out two staffers of the House Select Committee on Assassinations who had been set up with full access at CIA to CIA records pertaining to that time period. Cialis women When the records they dug up got more interesting in terms of suggesting possible CIA involvement in a plot to kill Kennedy, cialis women Joannides had the two staffers removed from their temporary office at CIA headquarters. CONTINUED... http://realhistoryarchives.blogspot.com/