Very interesting... I wonder what Biden did?
JFK Jr. was a heck of a guy and called it how he saw it. Since George W was elected President then, JFK Jr would have definitely beaten him in the '04 election. He was everything that W. was not.
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Thanks for your question. I'm kinda stumped on how to answer. Since it was August 1994, I asked the archivists at the Clinton Presidential Library and Museum if they knew anything about this. They pointed me to a Freedom of Information Act request that they processed on John Kennedy, Jr. None of them remember seeing anything like this in the records. If you're interested in the collection it's 2017-0713-F. The finding aid is here: https://clinton.presidentiallibraries.us/items/show/57520 .
Thanks again for your question.
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There are records in possession of the FBI that refer to a 1994 letter to Sen. Joe Biden calling him "a traitor". According to the FBI, the letter was signed by an "UNSUB [i.e. an unknown subject] aka John F. Kennedy, Jr." However, there is no reason to believe that the author of the letter was the son of the late President Kennedy.
The FBI records indicate that despite recovering four latent fingerprints the FBI and Capitol Hill Police were never able to determine the actual identity of the author of the letter. The letter appears to have been written by an impostor or possibly someone else who shared the name of John F. Kennedy, Jr. If it had been written by the son of JFK then it would have been a simple matter to match the fingerprints to him. Instead, the case was closed with no suspect identified.