The national archives released the documents related to the assassination of the 35th U.S. President John F. Kennedy in 1963, including the testimony of a former KGB officer Yuri Nosenko about the only official suspect in the case – Lee Harvey Oswald.
Just published 3.8 thousand documents and more than 400 of which still was top secret, and 3.3 thousand were published partially or in edited form. In addition, open access posted 17 audio recordings of the testimony of Nosenko, after Kennedy’s assassination, fled to the United States, RIA Novosti reported.
«Nosenko claimed that when he was a KGB officer handled the case of Lee Harvey Oswald while he lived in the Soviet Union», – stated in the message archive.
John F. Kennedy was shot November 22, 1963 during a trip to Dallas. According to the official version, the murder was committed by former marine Lee Harvey Oswald from October 1959 to June 1962, lived in the Soviet Union. According to the findings of the Warren Commission established to investigate the Kennedy assassination, he acted alone.
It should be noted that according to sociological polls, the majority of Americans do not believe in the official version of the assassination.