Presidential Historian: Time to Release JFK's Files

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The late U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts prevented the release of his brother's 1963 assassination file, says presidential historian Tim Miller. Which is why as the 46th annivesary of President John F. Kennedy's death approaches Sunday, Miller is pulling out all stops to get secret files finally released.

"The time is now for the American people to get the real answers,” says Miller. "I believe there is information damaging to President Kennedy and his family wants it kept secret."

Miller, publisher of Nashville, Tenn.-based FlatSigned Press, filed a lawsuit this week claiming the federal government continues to hide pertinent facts of the Nov. 22, 1963 assassination. Sunday marks the 46th anniversary of Kennedy's assassination, the first anniversary since the death of Edward Kennedy.

Miller questions the findings of the Warren Commission, which in 1964 declared Lee Harvey Oswald the lone assassin.

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About Tim Miller
As publisher of FlatSigned Press, Inc., Miller has been interviewed by television, radio and newspaper media outlets on the historical accounts and contemporary values of rare autographed books and has appeared on many local and national news shows as a presidential historian, analyst and commentator on presidents, politics, and entertainment.

He is a contributor to "The Sanders Price Guide to Autographs," the definitive price guide for autograph collectors, and many other trade and consumer autograph publications. He is a Lyndon Baines Johnson Scholar, has served as White House Press Correspondent, and worked directly for the U.S. Congress. He held certified press credentials for the White House, the U.S. House of Representatives, and the U.S. Senate and was named one of George W. Bush's 1,000 Points of Light by the Commercial Board of Appeals.
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