President Trump approved the release of approximately 2800 long-classified JFK assassination records Thursday evening. News outlets from around the globe are furiously combing through the files in search of more pieces to the puzzling death of President John F. Kennedy.
In what the Telegraph UK describes as the “one of the most astonishing revelations from the JFK files, released on Thursday,” a British newspaper received a “mystery’ phone call just moments before the shooting occurred. 25 minutes after the call was placed, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
Telegraph UK reports:
A memo to the director of FBI revealed that a call was made to the senior reporter at the Cambridge News at 6.05pm on the day Kennedy was shot in Dallas, Texas.
The document, from deputy director James Angleton, said: “The British Security Service (MI-5) has reported that at 1805GMT on 22 November an anonymous telephone call was made in Cambridge, England, to the senior reporter of the Cambridge News.
“The caller said only that the Cambridge News reporter should call the American Embassy in London for some big news and then hung up.”
More strange revelations came from the memo, including that just 25 minutes after the call ended, the President was shot.
It continued: “After the word of the President’s death was received the reporter informed the Cambridge police of the anonymous call and the police informed MI-5.
“The important point is that the call was made, according to MI-5 calculations, about 25 minutes before the President was shot.
As The Gateway Pundit previously reported, the U.S. Government delayed the release of the long awaited ‘JFK Assassination’ files as CIA officials have yet to identify which documents President Trump must sign off on for release.
On Thursday evening, CBS News reported intelligence agents will release 2800 documents and the rest in 180 days from today. According to reports, President Trump is fuming over the delay. According to the White House, President Trump believes intelligence agencies are “not meeting the spirit of the law,” by withholding the JFK files. The decision came after the CIA gave Trump two options; delay the release until every file was certified ‘publishable,’ or risk national security by releasing unevaluated, unredacted files. President Trump selected the former.