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JFK Records Lawsuit

Latest developments in the case: In the past few months following Judge Seeborg's order dismissing part of the Foundation's case and allowing other counts to go forward, the MFF has amended the complaint, partly in response to new developments such as the Biden administration's "transparency plans." The Justice Department has filed a motion seeking dismissal of the amended complaint. A hearing is set for December 14, 2023.

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MFF Files Lawsuit Over JFK Records

On October 19, 2022, the Mary Ferrell Foundation, a non-profit archive with the internet's largest collection of searchable JFK records, filed a lawsuit against President Biden and the National Archives for failing to implement the 1992 JFK Records Act. These failures have resulted in confusion, gaps in the records, over-classification, and outright denial of thousands of assassination-related files, five years after the law's deadline for full disclosure.

Latest Filings in MFF v. Biden et al

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See also Jeff Morley's JFK Facts substack for related information, news, and insights.

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