How it he world can the source, means, or identities be sensitive 50 years later when it was a lone gunman? And how many people are still alive today that worked on this case? I can see 18echo's points if we cracked some case in another country and we had spies and their families in those countries that needed to be protected. I don't see how his points apply in any 'significance' to this case.Parrotpaul wrote:Would it be logical to conclude 50 years later that information is still deemed "sensitive" by the government for one or several of the reasons echo mentioned?
What's the big deal, open the files like they said they were going to do.