The FBI has sent an additional 41,811 pages of documents about the assassination of President Kennedy, including some related to organized crime and Cuba, to the National Archives for public release.

The FBI said Tuesday that with the latest batch, the bureau has now turned over 746,000 documents related to the assassination.On the most recent transfer, 5,903 pages contained material that was edited out and will not be disclosed. The FBI said it requested many of these deletions "to protect sensitive sources, particularly those who, in exchange for confidentiality, provided information on organized crime and Cuban matters."