Confidential files of John F. Kennedy assassination to be released

The truth around the assassination of former US President John F Kennedy will be released Thursday afternoon.

It's been 54 years since the assassination and there have been a lot of speculation around the number of shooters involved.

In the movie JFK, Kevin Costner who plays district attorney Jim Garrison had this to say:

There are hundreds of documents that can help prove this conspiracy. Why are they being withheld or burnt by the Government? All these documents are yours! The peoples property!

Jim Garrison (Kevin Costner), Movie JFK

On the Midday Report, EWN correspondent Nadia Neophytou spoke about the growing anticipation by the public.

Donald Trump has the authority not to release these files but he seems to be excited himself as well. Tweeting that the release is going to be taking place and saying it was so interesting.

Nadia Neophytou, EWN correspondent

The real question is around the possibility of a second shooter. Nadia speaks of the possible theory that Lee Harvard Oswald wasn't the only shooter.

There is still this fascination with J.F.Ks assassination, it has been forever imprinted on many Americans mind. There are questions around what was Lee Harvard Oswald doing in Mexico two weeks before the assassination.

Nadia Neophytou, EWN correspondent

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