The mystery of who killed JFK is finally being settled.
And it’s all thanks to Donald Trump.
He authorized the release of secret CIA records that finally show once and for all who assassinated JFK.
Trump released 2,800 remaining records related to the assassination that were being held back.
Researchers couldn’t wait to dig through the information to see if the government was hiding any evidence of a second gunman on the grassy knoll.
But James “Jim” Leavelle – the Dallas detective who interrogated Lee Harvey Oswald – says there is nothing new to uncover.
CBS Dallas Fort Worth reported:
“The Dallas detective who was the first to interrogate Lee Harvey Oswald does not expect much new information to come from the Thursday release of sealed documents pertaining to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
James “Jim” Leavelle has answered questioned surrounding the assassination for five decades.
“They’re thinking they’re going to find something new that nobody ever knows about,” said Leavelle.
Known for his tan suit and tall cowboy hat, Leavelle was the man to Oswald’s right as Jack Ruby shot and killed Oswald.
Leavelle was helping transfer Oswald when the shot was fired.
“You got a job to do and I had a job to save that man’s life,” said Leavelle. “That’s what was all going through my mind.”
Leavelle was standing next to Oswald in the famous photograph of Jack Ruby killing the alleged assassin.
He claims the investigation was thorough and accepts the Warren Commission conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone.
CBS Dallas-Fort Worth also reported:
“We checked it out to my satisfaction and to everybody else,” said Leavelle.
Their hard work has never satisfied some who feel investigators have held back information.
There are details they are hoping will surface Thursday when President Trump signs off on the release of the final batch of classified JFK documents.
“To tell you the truth, I don’t give it much thought at all because I know pretty much what’s in all of them,” said Leavelle.
He will not talk about everything that is currently classified, Leavelle still does not think the release will reveal much about Oswald’s unexplained trip to Mexico City weeks before the assassination or any other secrets.
“A lot of people are going to be disappointed I think,” said Leavelle. “They think they’re going to find a new suspect and all of this and those things and they’re not going to find it…because it’s not there.”
To those who still will not be satisfied, Leavelle has a message.
“Well I’ll just tell you’ll have to keep looking and see if you find anything,” said Leavelle. “I can’t help you. I can’t build something that’s not there.”
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