Mark Adamczyk

Mark Adamczyk

Mark E. Adamczyk is an attorney from Naples, Florida.  Mark is a graduate of Tulane University and Florida State University College of Law.  For the past 20 years, Mark has been studying the JFK assassination and related United States history.  Mark's recent focus has been the JFK Records Collection Act, the federal law that guarantees the public disclosure of the history surrounding the JFK assassination.  Mark is dedicated to ensuring that the U.S. Government complies with its remaining obligations under the JFK Records Collections Act.

Mark Adamczyk analyzes President Joe Biden’s action, or lack thereof, on authorizing the release of the remaining classified JFK assassinations records per the John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992, which had been unlawfully delayed by President Donald Trump in 2017 and 2018, and calls for Congressional oversight to finally enforce the 1992 law.

Mark Adamczyk highlights the looming final deadlines for the release of the JFK records by the National Archives. He outlines President Joe Biden’s responsibilities as defined by the JFK Assassination Records Collection Act and urges our readers to join him in writing a letter to President Biden asking him to follow the requirements of the law.

Further clarification from Mark Adamczyk on how the delays authorized by President Trump were based on a memo whose reading of the original JFK Act was erroneous and in clear violation of the law.

Now that the April 26, 2021, deadline in the Trump executive order extending the review period for the remaining JFK records has passed, Mark Adamczyk discusses the possible next steps in attempting to hold the government accountable for complying with the 1992 JFK Records Collection Act.

In light of the recent presidential election and the upcoming inauguration of a new president, Mark Adamczyk revisits his earlier work on the mandated final release of JFK assassination records under the JFK Records Collections Act of 1992 and proposes a path forward to enforcing the dictates of this law.

Sunday, 27 October 2019 15:15

JFK Records Release: Why the Redactions?

After reviewing the recently released JFK assassination records, Mark Adamczyk outlines his frustration and outrage at the government's failure to comply with the JFK Act.

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