A new bipartisan commission is being established to investigate the Kennedy assassination, as a wave of public pressure mounts for an independent investigation into the matter.
The bipartisan “Committee to Investigate the Assassinations of President John F…l Kennedy” is being formed to hold hearings and hold hearings, as well as hold public hearings and make recommendations to ensure the country is held accountable for the murder of the president.
The Committee will have subpoena power to compel witnesses to testify and compel them to produce documents, and has the authority to subpoena records.
It will be the first bipartisan commission of its kind to look at the JFK assassination and the events leading up to it.
The commission, set up by Rep. Ron Dellums (D-Fla.) in 2017, has not been convened by the White House, but has been requested by the House of Representatives.
The White House did not respond to requests for comment.
It is not the first time that a bipartisan commission has been established to examine the assassination of a president.
In the 1970s, a bipartisan panel was formed to investigate how the assassination occurred and whether the president was assassinated.
A bipartisan panel investigated the JFK death.
It concluded that President Gerald Ford was not assassinated, and that he was assassinated by President Lyndon Johnson.