Why Martin Luther King’s Family Believes James Earl Ray Was Not His Killer
After the assassination, King's family did not trust the findings of the FBI, which had harassed the Civil Rights leader while he was alive.
Judge Joe Brown: James Earl Ray Didn't Assassinate Martin Luther King Jr (Flashback)
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Then early one morning the phone rang. On the other end of the line was the American Civil Liberties Union lawyer who was the only person to whom I had confided the conversations summarized in my notes. One afternoon, I had regaled him with a rambling, slightly hysterical account of my worst suspicions.
Now he asked me, "Have you been following this investigation by Eaves of the Martin Luther King assassination?"
I admitted I had not.
"You might want to look into it," he said. "Their witness seems to be talking about some of the same people you mentioned to me in connection with Carlos Marcello."
That afternoon I obtained an Atlanta newspaper and read the article pertaining to what was fast becoming a controversial investigation. A young man who supplied accurate information to the police about a narcotics ring was also insisting that just previous to the murder of Martin Luther King, he had overheard one of its members say of King: "I'm going to shoot that damned nigger in the head and frame a jailbird for it, just like I did with Kennedy."
Had the word "jailbird" been a post-hypnotic trigger planted in my unconscious to release a flood of memories, results could not have been more dramatic. For one of the things my own suspect had discussed with me all those years ago was framing a jailbird for the John Kennedy murder. In fact, I recalled now that I was the one who talked him out of it. Moreover, he had also talked about assassinating Martin Luther King.
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originally posted on ussr.win