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New JFK Assassination Documents Delve Into Oswald's Trip To Mexico, Plans To Flee

The 553 new documents released Friday show that Lee Harvey Oswald had tried to get visas from Cuba and the Soviet Union to flee the U.S. after killing Kennedy.

The National Archives released 553 new documents Friday related to the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

The reports that the additional papers

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