As I predicted, the mainstream media headline on the day after President Trump's deadline for the release or continued withholding of JFK assassination records is: Cleveland Browns draft a Quarterback as the first pick in the NFL Draft.
And that's what it is.
There's also the response to Trump's decision to release 19,045 assassination records,
15,584 with redactions, and withhold in full 520 records under sections 10-11 and 6103 of the IRS tax code.
Sections 10-11 deal with grand jury records, that are supposed to remain secret forever, but in reality we already have the New Orleans grand jury records that are open in full, and deeds of gift - such as Jackie Kennedy's oral history and William Manchester's papers.
The key paragraph in the official announcement appears to be an oxymoron, but not if you read it carefully.
"All documents subject to section 5 (National) of the JFK Act have been released in full or in part. No document subject to section 5 of the JFK Act remain withheld in full. The President has determined that all information that remains withheld under section 5 must be reviewed again before October 26, 2021 to determine whether continued withholding from disclosure is necessary."
The key words here are "have been released in full or in part." In part - refers to the 15,584 records that have been released with redactions.
In my first quick perusal of these records I found every one significant in some way, and not like the other batches that were previously released that contained many records NBR - Not Believed Relevant.
Of the dozen documents I reviewed so far, every