In August 1997, the now Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB), in a press release, stated that they were announcing the release of documents from the National Security Agency (NSA).
It was the responsibility of the now defunct Board to determine which records are to be made public immediately and which ones will have postponed release dates.
According to the announcement, the Board reviewed 84 NSA documents related to the assassination and released 6 open in full, 75 that are postponed in part, and postponed 3 documents in full.
The original records were transferred to the National Archives and Records Administration for inclusion in the JFK Collection, which is housed at the Archives II facility in College Park, Maryland.
Has anyone read these released records?
If so please contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org