Congressman who Befriended JFK: Document Release Won’t Stop Theories
Congressman who befriended JFK: Document release won’t stop theories
A long-serving congressman who befriended John F. Kennedy during the civil rights movement six decades ago said Thursday he doesn’t believe the release of the last secret documents about the 35th president’s assassination will end questions about his death.
“I think there will be people — be historians or scholars and writers — [who] would raise some questions about what happened and how it happened,” Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) told The Hill.
“There will be people saying, like they were saying 50 years ago, ‘Why did [Kennedy] go to Texas, why Dallas?”
Lewis was a young civil rights worker and protege of …