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On November 22, 1963 Doctor Martin Luther King was setting in his home with his wife watching TV when he learned that John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. He turned to his wife and stated, “the same thing is going to happen to me!.” The same thing did happen to him on April 4, 1968 on an outside second story balcony at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee On November 22, 1963 Doctor Martin Luther King was setting in his home with his wife watching TV when he learned that John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. He turned to his wife and stated, “the same thing is going to happen to me!.” The same thing did happen to him on April 4, 1968 on an outside second story balcony at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. Both a congressional committee investigation and a civil trial from a wrongful death claim concluded that Doctor Martin Luther King was assassinated as a result of a conspiracy. The civil trial concluded that James Earl Ray did not fire any shot from a second story bathroom window and that he was just another patsy. The trial got very little media publicity. James Earl Ray died in jail from kidney failure. He had been approved for a kidney transplant but authorities denied his right for the procedure even though his attorney, William Pepper had the funds to pay for it. This investigation sets out the hidden witnesses who never told their story in the first investigation and goes over step-by-step the physical evidence that shows beyond a reasonable doubt that the murder was a conspiracy and James Earl Ray didn't fire any shots. This evidence covers the fact that a half a dozen witnesses saw a man with a rifle in a brush area across the street from the assassination crime scene. There are witnesses that collaborate the Loyd Jowers claim long before his confession. Security for King was pulled back and black officers were ordered and lured away from the assassination location before it occurred. A covert surveillance operation was going on at the time of the assassination from the fire department across the street involving local, country, state and federal officials. King had originally planned to stay in another hotel that was more secure. Because of remarks made by J Edgar Hoover, this lured him into the all black Lorraine Motel instead. King had originally booked a room in the Lorraine Motel in a more secure location on the bottom floor but some unknown party had switched the room at the last minute so King could be observed on the second story outside balcony as he exited his room. There was evidence found in James Earl Ray's car that he was being handled by a person by the name of Raoul who had set him up to take the fall for the assassination just as he had later claimed. The FBI agent who found this evidence never turned it in because he feared he would be killed if he did. There is also evidence recovered in the James Earl Ray car that traces right back to Jack Ruby's strip club in Dallas and therefore, right back to the Kennedy Assassination. The evidence in this riveting investigation tends to show that truth is sometimes stranger than fiction.


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On November 22, 1963 Doctor Martin Luther King was setting in his home with his wife watching TV when he learned that John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. He turned to his wife and stated, “the same thing is going to happen to me!.” The same thing did happen to him on April 4, 1968 on an outside second story balcony at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee On November 22, 1963 Doctor Martin Luther King was setting in his home with his wife watching TV when he learned that John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. He turned to his wife and stated, “the same thing is going to happen to me!.” The same thing did happen to him on April 4, 1968 on an outside second story balcony at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. Both a congressional committee investigation and a civil trial from a wrongful death claim concluded that Doctor Martin Luther King was assassinated as a result of a conspiracy. The civil trial concluded that James Earl Ray did not fire any shot from a second story bathroom window and that he was just another patsy. The trial got very little media publicity. James Earl Ray died in jail from kidney failure. He had been approved for a kidney transplant but authorities denied his right for the procedure even though his attorney, William Pepper had the funds to pay for it. This investigation sets out the hidden witnesses who never told their story in the first investigation and goes over step-by-step the physical evidence that shows beyond a reasonable doubt that the murder was a conspiracy and James Earl Ray didn't fire any shots. This evidence covers the fact that a half a dozen witnesses saw a man with a rifle in a brush area across the street from the assassination crime scene. There are witnesses that collaborate the Loyd Jowers claim long before his confession. Security for King was pulled back and black officers were ordered and lured away from the assassination location before it occurred. A covert surveillance operation was going on at the time of the assassination from the fire department across the street involving local, country, state and federal officials. King had originally planned to stay in another hotel that was more secure. Because of remarks made by J Edgar Hoover, this lured him into the all black Lorraine Motel instead. King had originally booked a room in the Lorraine Motel in a more secure location on the bottom floor but some unknown party had switched the room at the last minute so King could be observed on the second story outside balcony as he exited his room. There was evidence found in James Earl Ray's car that he was being handled by a person by the name of Raoul who had set him up to take the fall for the assassination just as he had later claimed. The FBI agent who found this evidence never turned it in because he feared he would be killed if he did. There is also evidence recovered in the James Earl Ray car that traces right back to Jack Ruby's strip club in Dallas and therefore, right back to the Kennedy Assassination. The evidence in this riveting investigation tends to show that truth is sometimes stranger than fiction.

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