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Old 26 October 2017, 07:28 PM
ejmeier ejmeier is offline
 
 
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The link provided explains why and when classified information can be declassified. Like you said, if information contained could harm personal or U.S. relationships with foreign countries, it could stay classified. But since it has been 50+ years since the assassination, and probably a good portion of the people involved with the case have since passed and the U.S. maybe have some better relations with Cuba, the information won't hurt anyone's career or jeopardize anyone's life.

https://www.justice.gov/open/declass...sification-faq
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