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Ur in for a shock with Geller's JFK secret files; STATESIDE.

Byline: CHRISTOPHER BUCKTIN

AFTER more than 50 years, a trove of previously classified documents over John F Kennedy's assassination have been released to the public.

The move has been sanctioned by President Trump despite the pleas from his own intelligence community to keep the files secret.

But one man who is delighted is Israeli psychic Uri Geller who claims he helped the CIA with their investigation into JFK's death and he made "shocking" discoveries.

The 70-year-old says he was hired by a CIA agent in Mexico City to investigate whether Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone or had accomplices when he shot dead JFK in 1963.

Uri claims he even met with First Lady Jackie Kennedy at her apartment in New York to inform her of the information that he uncovered.

He says only now has he been able to go public with his involvement following Trump's decision.

Writing on his Facebook page, Uri said: "For the first time in nearly 50 years, I can go public with my involvement.

"A CIA agent in Mexico City tasked me among other assignments, with investigating whether Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone or had accomplices - including the backing of sub-national organisations such as the Mafia or international organisations such as the KGB."

Quite an impressive feat for someone who was 16 at the time.

Charlatan or psychic, if nothing else Uri's career is a testament to the gullibility of the American public.

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