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British Newspaper received anonymous call about “big news” minutes before President John F. Kennedy assassination

October 27, 2017  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
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A British newspaper received an anonymous call about “big news” in the United States minutes preceding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, according to newly released CIA files.

The 2,800 declassified documents released on Thursday at the directive of President Donald Trump, included a November 26, 1963, memo to the director of the FBI.

The memo was in reference to a call received by a senior reporter at the Cambridge News on November 22.

The document states that the caller said that “the Cambridge News reporter should call the American Embassy in London for some big news, and then hung up.”

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Britain’s MI5 intelligence service determined that the call occurred 25 minutes before President John F. Kennedy assassinated in Dallas by Lee Harvey Oswald.

British intelligence officials also said that “the Cambridge reporter had never received a call of this kind before and MI-5 state that he is known to them as a sound and loyal person with no security record.”

The reporter, who was not identified in the call, reported the bizarre call to authorities.

Current Cambridge News reporter Anna Savva, said Friday, that the publication has no record of who took the call.

Moreover, Savva said the longest tenured reporter has been with the paper for only 30 years.

She added that the revelation was “completely jaw-dropping” upon learning of the news.

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