WikiLeaks Offers $100k Reward For Withheld JFK Documents

Friday, October 27, 2017
By Paul Martin

Carol Adl
October 27, 2017

WikiLeaks has offered a $100,000 reward for withheld JFK assassination documents that show evidence of criminal activity or a bungled investigation.

The announcement was made on Friday, after previously unseen intelligence files relating to the assassination of US President John F Kennedy were released by the US National Archives.

The full batch of the JFK files was set for release on Thursday, and while 2,891 new records were made available to the public, a number of files still remain under lock and key due to fears they could harm US national security.

Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks called the delay “inexcusable” and suggested it was a move against Trump by intelligence agencies.

RT reports: Although the US National Archives says the remaining documents will be published on a rolling basis “as soon as possible,” WikiLeaks is encouraging people with access to such files to come forward sooner rather than later. The organization is offering $100,000 to anyone who leaks information about the JFK case.

However, there are stipulations for the reward, which the whistleblower site specified online: “WikiLeaks issues a $100,000 reward for the withheld JFK documents should they show violations of laws, inefficiency, or administrative error.”

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