from mpr: The chairman of the commission charged with declassifying millions of pages of documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy says public access has not diminished the mysteries surrounding the killing.
John Tunheim: U.S. District judge. He served as chairman on the Assassination Records Review Board that recommended public release of certain documents pertaining to the JFK assassination in 1998.
listen to the interview on minnesota public radio
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