Roger Stone gave some disturbing details about remaining classified JFK assassination documents during an interview on Human Events Daily hosted by Jack Posobiec.
The Biden administration recently extended the declassification of files regarding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Last month, the Biden administration released 1,103 documents pertaining to the JFK assassination.
However, they decided to postpone releasing the remaining JFK classified documents.
Roger Stone told Posobiec he contacted President Trump in 2017 to ask what he was going to do about the JFK assassination documents.
Stone stated Trump said, “Why hasn’t anyone brought this to my attention?”
Trump later looked into it and told Stone, “They don’t want me to release it.”
According to Stone, Trump said the intelligence agencies did not want him to release the files.
However, Trump released over 80% of JFK documents, revealing that Lee Henry Oswald received 1099 from the FBI and attended a foreign language school funded by the Pentagon.
Stone later asked Trump why the remaining 20% of the JFK assassination files were not released, to which Trump replied, “I can’t tell you. It’s so horrible you wouldn’t believe it. Someday, you’ll find out all about it.”
The Independent Sentinel provided the following transcript:
“Trump did release roughly 80% of the documents, and we found out some shocking things. For example, Lee Harvey Oswald had gotten a, you know, 1099 from the FBI; that’s because he had been on their payroll.”
He was an informant; Lee Harvey Oswald had attended the foreign language school that is run by the Central Intelligence Agency in North Carolina. That’s how he learned to speak Russian.
“We learned about President Lyndon Johnson’s early membership in the Ku Klux Klan. That was among the documents that were included, uh, so there’s a lot of stuff there that historians poured through.
“There was a lot of interesting data, but even Trump held back 20% of the documents. When I had the occasion to ask him about that, I said, ‘Why didn’t you let it all out, and he said, ‘I can’t tell you. It’s so horrible you wouldn’t believe it. Someday, you’ll find out all about it. The sum total of it. He didn’t want to talk about it.”
According to the latest release of the JFK files assassination documents, Lyndon Johnson turned down an independent investigation into JFK’s death.