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Boxes of JFK assassination papers soon may be headed for Sixth Floor Museum's new reading room

A little more than two years ago, when Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins announced that 15 long-hidden boxes of materials relating to the Kennedy assassination would go to the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, it seemed like a big win for the local team.  Sixth Floor officials say they are still waiting to collect the prize.  "We still don't have them," said museum spokeswoman Deborah Marine. "As far as I know, nothing has been finalized about when we might get them."

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