The national archive of the USA has published the testimony of a KGB agent associated with the Kennedy assassination

The national archives of the United States July 24, began publishing documents related to the assassination of the 35th U.S. President John F. Kennedy. This was reported on the website of the Department.

At the moment, have opened access to more than 3.8 thousand documents, the FBI and the CIA. Of these, 400 have previously been fully classified, and about 3.3 thousand – published parts in redacted form.

Among other things, posted 17 audio interview with the KGB agent, Yuri Nosenko, who fled to the U.S. in January 1964, after Kennedy’s assassination.

«Nosenko claimed that when he was a KGB agent he had a case of Lee Harvey Oswald when he lived in the USSR,» – said on the website of the archive. Specifies that interviews with Nosenko was recorded in January, February and July 1964.

Some of the documents that you posted, only the first portion of materials related to the Kennedy assassination, submitted for publication.

Kennedy was fatally shot in the head on 22 November 1963 in Dallas (Texas) when traveling with his wife Jacqueline on elm Street. A special Commission investigating the crime, came to the conclusion that the murder was committed by a criminal, loner Lee Harvey Oswald. However, the official version was put many Americans questioned.

A former marine Oswald lived in the Soviet Union from October 1959 to June 1962, and planned to obtain Soviet citizenship, and education. Returned to USA after his marriage to Marina Prusakova and the birth of a daughter June.

Oswald was killed on November 24, 1963 during a transfer from police headquarters to the Dallas County jail. A suspect in the Kennedy assassination shot by a local bar owner Jack ruby.

Nosenko graduated from the MGIMO in 1953, he worked in the KGB. In February 1964, fled to the United States. Until 1969, American intelligence suspected him of being a double agent. Later became a full-time employee of the CIA, says RBC.




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