This Dec. 10, 1960, photo shows John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline holding their son John. AFP / SAM SCHULMAN
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For decades, the existence of secret government files linked to President John F. Kennedy's assassination has helped fuel conspiracy theories that others besides Lee Harvey Oswald were involved in his murder.The government is required by Thursday to release the final batch of files related to Kennedy's assassination on Nov. 22, 1963 .The collection includes more than 3,100 documents – comprising hundreds of thousands of pages – that have never been seen by the public.Experts expect certain IRS files to remain secret, like the tax return of Jack Ruby, the man who killed Oswald two days after Kennedy's assassination when the suspect was in police custody.JFK experts believe the files will provide insight into the inner workings of the CIA and FBI. But they stress that it will take weeks to mine the documents for potentially new and interesting information.
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