ARRB Votes to Release CIA, FBI, and HSCA Records December 16-17, 1996 Board Meeting Totals The Assassination Records Review Board voted on December 16-17, 1996 to release 494 CIA, FBI, and House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) documents (including duplicates) related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. CIA Records The Review Board voted to release 164 CIA documents, 11 in full and 153 in part. The Board voted to postpone two records in full. The documents acted upon by the Board include CIA Counterintelligence Chief James Angleton's testimony to the HSCA, cables from the Mexico City station regarding Oswald's visit in September and October 1963, and correspondence between the CIA and the Warren Commission, including a Counterintelligence Staff response to the Warren Commission's questions regarding Oswald's stay in the Soviet Union. The redacted portions of these documents include intelligence sources and methods, true names, and file number prefixes.