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FBI HSCA Subjects File

A new collection of FBI records is being put into the MFF Document Archive. The FBI HSCA Subjects Files is a set of over 300,000 pages of FBI records made available to the House Select Committee on Assassinations. These subject files cover a wide range of persons and organizations of interest, including organized crime figures, Cuban exiles and groups, and much more. The files were made available by the Assassination Archives and Research Center (AARC), obtained as a result of a 17-year long Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by Mark Allen.

The first 10,000 pages of this collection are now online, to be supplemented in volume over the coming weeks and months. Some of the files are now available on such persons as:

Watch the Site News section of the Mary Ferrell Foundation home page for notices of additional subject files going online.

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