With the dust having settled after Thursday's chaotic release of some JFK assassination files by the National Archives, a clearer picture has emerged as to what was actually made public last night.
Despite media reports trumpeting that the federal government has posted around 2,900 files which had been approved by President Trump, the true nature of those documents is somewhat deceiving.
Leading up to the long-awaited deadline day, much of the attention of conspiracy researchers and historians centered around the 3,100 never-before-seen files that were due to be declassified.
Alongside those coveted files, another 30,000 previously-redacted documents were also expected to be released with the 'hidden' information reinserted into the censored materials.
Here is where Thursday's release gets a tad tricky as differentiating between those two types of documents is critical to understanding what was really made public.
Get a better understanding of this complex story and learn what got released as well as what didn't at the Coast to Coast AM website.