Who Killed Martin Luther King Jr.? (2020)

Who Killed Martin Luther King Jr.? James Earl Ray Jesse Jackson Who Killed Martin Luther King Jr James Earl Ray never had a trial A few days after he was coerced into pleading guilty he withdrew his guilty plea Tennessee law provides Ray with the right to a trial but his eight requests for a tr
  • Title: Who Killed Martin Luther King Jr.?
  • Author: James Earl Ray Jesse Jackson
  • ISBN: 9781569247112
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Paperback
Who Killed Martin Luther King Jr.? James Earl Ray Jesse Jackson James Earl Ray never had a trial A few days after he was coerced into pleading guilty, he withdrew his guilty plea Tennessee law provides Ray with the right to a trial, but his eight requests for a trial have been denied Now Martin Luther King, Jr s widow, Coretta Scott King, has joined Ray in seeking a trial to set the record straight Her son, Dexter King, told a TenJames Earl Ray never had a trial A few days after he was coerced into pleading guilty, he withdrew his guilty plea Tennessee law provides Ray with the right to a trial, but his eight requests for a trial have been denied Now Martin Luther King, Jr s widow, Coretta Scott King, has joined Ray in seeking a trial to set the record straight Her son, Dexter King, told a Tennessee court on February 20, 1997 It is right, for the sake of truth and justice that there be a trial to get at the truth Nothing but the truth will set us free The rifle that Ray admits he brought to Memphis in April, 1968 was never test fired its bullets were never compared to the bullet that killed Martin Luther King, Jr Although the FBI stated that the bullet was too damaged to test, ballistics experts agree that newly developed technology, a scanning electron microscope, can determine whether the rifle with Ray s fingerprints was the weapon The rifle with Ray s fingerprints on it was carefully left on Main Street in Memphis in a box, along with Ray s prison radio The radio had Ray s identification number etched into it Would an assassin take time to leave incriminating evidence before fleeing the scene In 1994 a former federal judge and a jury from Memphis heard attorneys present a televised mock trial of James Earl Ray A former prosecutor presented the case and Ray was defended by an attorney of his choice The jury found Ray not guilty The real killer has never been apprehended After reading this book you too will ask Who Killed Martin Luther King, Jr.
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One thought on “Who Killed Martin Luther King Jr.?

  1. Tim

    There is a stigma in this country around questioning It is the same type of stigma that surrounds the word socialism meaning that by effectively demonizing a word or phrase, the associated person and or issue is demonized as well and effectively shut out of conversation In the case of this book, of course, the phrase is conspiracy theory A conspiracy theory by definition is a theory involving than one person in a particular act usually of high prominence By definition, there is nothing inherent [...]

  2. Rachel

    In the three decades since April 4, 1968, when Martin Luther King, Jr was shot to death in Memphis, scores of books and articles have questioned whether James Earl Ray, King s killer, acted alone or was part of a larger conspiracy Now, based on explosive new interviews, confidential files, and previously undisclosed evidence, bestselling author Gerald Posner finally resolves the simple truth of the last great political murder mystery of the 1960s, definitively proving that Ray acted alone Beginn [...]

  3. Ian

    Got this out of the library and read large swaths of it, but not the whole thing Intriguing enough to search out better sources like William Pepper s books.

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