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Martin Luther King: An American Hero

by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, Paul Craig Roberts:

King was an American civil rights leader who was assassinated 47 years ago on April 4, 1968, at the age of 39. James Earl Ray was blamed for the murder. Initially, Ray admitted the murder, apparently under advice from his attorney in order to avoid the death penalty, but Ray soon withdrew his confession and unsuccessfully sought a jury trial.

Documents of the official investigation remain secret until the year 2027.

As Wikipedia reports, “The King family does not believe Ray had anything to do with the murder of Martin Luther King. . . . The King family and others believe that the assassination was carried out by a conspiracy involving the U.S. government, and that James Earl Ray was a scapegoat. This conclusion was affirmed by a jury in a 1999 civil trial against Loyd Jowers and unnamed co-conspirators.”

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2 comments to Martin Luther King: An American Hero

  • anon

    Only 10 Percent of the US Population know that U.S. GOV’T FOUND GUILTY of KILLING MLK in 1999 Civil Trial

    JFK, MLK, RFK – all three men assassinated by the U.S. Government in 5 years time: 1963 to 1968. We now KNOW, beyond any reasonable doubt, that the CIA/Mafia joint effort to take out Cuba’s Fidel Castro, and in the Bay of Pig’s debacle, called “Operation 40”, concluded in the JFK Assassination. A couple of the SAME players in the JFK Assassination, ( were present at the Ambassador Hotel in L.A., the night RFK was making his speech, before it was “on to Chicago”, in his bid for the Presidency in 1968. “They” simply couldn’t allow Bobby Kennedy to become President and re-open the investigation of his brother, JFK’s, Assassination. Bobby “had to go”. All three men: JFK, MLK, and RFK were assassinated under the Lyndon B. Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover administrations. There is simply TOO MUCH evidence available now, for anyone to figure this out. Anyone who hasn’t figured it out – simply has their head up their ass.

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