Conspiracy theorists are going to have a field day.
On Monday, the National Archives released 3,810 documents about the Kennedy assassination, 441 of which had never been shared publicly before. Of the papers that had previously been made available, some feature new information, as a number of redactions have been removed.
Specifically, the records include materials from the FBI and CIA, such as the testimony of KGB defector Yuri Nosenko, who was interviewed about Lee Harvey Oswald's time in the Soviet Union. According to ABC, the documents posted on Monday also include files related to the investigation of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination.
Additional releases will be made throughout the fall. To read the files in full, visit archives.gov.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
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