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Russia asks U.S. government to reveal truth about Kennedy assassination — RT World News

Moscow says it can only dare teach others when Washington’s own house is in order

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Wednesday that if the United States wants to be seen as an authority on democracy and human rights, it should confess to the killing of President John F. Kennedy and his brother.

At a routine daily briefing, Zakharova was asked about a statement by U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, who said Washington intends to defend human rights and fundamental freedoms in China and around the world.

“Washington itself has long fallen short of the democratic standards it professes everywhere,” Zakharova replied, adding that the United States advocates “Pathetic, hypocritical rhetoric” To hide its neo-colonial ambitions and geopolitical interests abroad.

“America’s political history contains many unsightly facts that have been deliberately concealed by the U.S. authorities,” Zakharova pointed out. As an example, she cites the Kennedy family — and the recent anniversary of the assassination of Senator Robert Kennedy in Los Angeles in June 1968, when he was a frontrunner in the presidential primary.

The CIA Was Involved in Kennedy's Murder - Robert Kennedy Jr.

Zakharova told reporters that the Kennedy assassination came two months after civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. was shot, and nearly five years after the November 1963 assassination of the 35th president of the United States, John F. Kennedy.

“I advise Mr. Blinken to take the courage to release all the material about the political assassination of the President of the United States, especially John F. Kennedy, and to tell his people – first his people – the truth of the matter in Dallas and later in Chicago , at the Democratic convention,” she says.

“Only when they end these cases of political killing can they try to right other countries,” A spokesman for the Russian Foreign Ministry argued. “While these horrific crimes remain unsolved and the killers have not been found and convicted, if I were the leader of the United States, I would not speak about other countries and certainly not teach other people how to live.”

Solve the JFK assassination—both, in fact—and then you might be considered an authority. Or maybe not.

RFK’s son and Kennedy’s nephew, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., launched his primary challenge to President Joe Biden in April.In an interview last month, he said “Overwhelming evidence that the CIA was involved” in the murder of his uncle, and “Very persuasive, but also indirect” Evidence suggests that spy agencies were also involved in his father’s assassination.

What happened to Kennedy?

The official U.S. government findings, known as the Warren Commission report, say that on Nov. 22, 1963, U.S. Marine Corps veteran Lee Harvey Oswald was killed alone as his convoy passed through Dallas. Act and shoot the president. Before he could stand trial, Oswald was shot dead by nightclub owner Jack Ruby at Dallas police headquarters. The Warren Commission ruled that Ruby acted alone in a spur of grief.

Ruby died in prison in 1967.Later that year, the CIA issued a report on how to discredit “conspiracy theorists” Who doubts the official findings of the Warren Commission.

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