The US National Archives Friday posted online 2,891 papers relating to the inquiry into the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. They included FBI, CIA and other agency documents formerly withheld in part from the public. These papers still leave unanswered mysteries, such as: Who ordered Lee Oswald to assassinate President Kennedy and who told Jack Ruby to shoot Oswald?
Some answers may be found in the thousands more documents President Donald Trump who signed the release agreed to hold back pending further review, up until the deadline of April. 1, 2018.