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JFK files detail CIA plans to kill Castro using the mob, poisoned swimsuits, exploding seashells

Cuban assassination plots involving exploding seashells and poisoned swimsuits. Bounties on the heads of high-profile communists. A secretive investigation that tracked John F. Kennedy's assassin into Mexico.

As scholars, journalists and the merely curious on Friday pored through a tranche of nearly 3,000 newly released secret documents related to the 35th president's assassination, there were few if any major plot twists about what happened that

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