Unsealed JFK Docs: British Paper Got Mysterious ‘Tip’ Just Minutes Before Assassination

As civilians pore over the recently released JFK Files, odd, inexplicable circumstances have been uncovered.

John F. Kennedy’s assassination is a mystery that still grips the American consciousness. Conspiracy theorists began salivating when they learned that President Trump was releasing the files.

An interesting memo regarding Britain has surfaced. A popular newspaper received a stirring tip just minutes before the American president was killed.

“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 note reads.

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

The name of the reporter who took the call has been lost to history. Modern staff at Cambridge News say that they have no idea who it could have been. Who took the call? Who was the caller himself?

“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 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.”

It’s an odd story. If the caller really did have some sort of advanced knowledge of the crime, why did he choose to alert a reporter?

Another wad of the JFK files will be released in 180 days, after government employees purge the documents of sensitive information. Answers may be forthcoming.

(Source: Breitbart)