The new information has historians and conspiracy theorists alike scrambling to comb through the over 4,000 pages of never-before-seen transcripts to determine what information has been revealed.
The 441 documents from the CIA and FBI include transcripts of Soviet defector and former KGB agent, Yuri Nosenko. He claimed to be in charge of the KGB file on Lee Harvey Oswald, Kennedy's killer, during the time that Oswald was in the Soviet Union.
"They will not shed any light on the mechanics, the actual physical mechanics of the assassination," said Farris Rookstool, leading expert of JFK's assassination who reviewed classified documents during his time at the FBI, according to NBC.
The real intrigue in the recently released documents come from speculation the Oswald could have been a Russian plant.
"What might come to light is could certain intelligence agencies, was Oswald on the radar, could he have been cooperating with a foreign entity?" Rookstool questioned.