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Martin Luther King, Jr.

The King family and their attorney, William Pepper, say that James Earl Ray was innocent and Martin Luther King was killed in a government conspiracy. We track this in Articles/Artículos.

There is a Martin Luther King Center in Havana.

Event April 4, 2018, Homenaje a Martin Luther King, Jr.

Nuestro homenaje a Martin Luther KIng Jr. Además de nuevamente mostrar el programa, nos haría felices tener la compañía de almas buenas para llenar de amor esta jornada en la que vamos

A propósito del homenaje de mañana a Martin Luther King Jr comparto
imagen de retrato realizado y donado por mi al Centro MLK. Gracias
por recordar a un hombre grande y diferente como nos dice Víctor Fowler.
     -- Francisco Núñez Martínez
 a recordar a un hombre diferente y grande.

Aunque sé que las obligaciones son muchas (de trabajo, familiares, barriales, políticas, sociales, religiosas o culturales entre tantas otras), guardemos unos segundos para hacer viva la figura de Martin Luther KIng Jr.

¡Ojalá puedan venir a acompañarnos!

Miércoles 4 de Abril
Jornada-Homenaje a Marthin Luther King, Jr. A 50 años de su asesinato.
Ofrenda floral
Comunicado conmemorativo
Feria de Libros
Lugar: Parque de 23 y F, Vedado.
Hora: 11:30 am

Panel sobre la vigencia del pensamiento y las luchas de Marthin Luther King, Jr.
. Rev. Raúl Suárez. Director del Centro Marthin Luther King, Jr.
. Dr. Esteban Morales. Miembro de la Comisión Aponte.
. Dr. Elio Fidel López Velaz. Profesor del Instituto Superior de Relaciones Internacionales Raúl Roa.
. Moderador: Lic. Victor Fowler Calzada. Poeta y ensayista. Director del Centro Cultural Dulce María Loynaz.
Feria de Libros.
Descarga de libros.
Proyección del discurso "I have a dream" (subtitulado al español)
Lugar: Centro Cultural Dulce María Loynaz, 19 y E, Vedado.
Hora: 2:00 pm

Homenaje a Martin Luther King jr. en los 50 años de su asesinato
Lugar: Cátedra Episcopal 13 y C
Hora: 8:00 pm.  


Who killed Martin Luther King Jr.? His family believes James Earl Ray was framed.  4/3/2018 MSN: "“There is abundant evidence,” Coretta King said after the verdict, “of a major, high-level conspiracy in the assassination of my husband.” The jury found the mafia and various government agencies “were deeply involved in the assassination. … Mr. Ray was set up to take the blame.” But nothing changed afterward. No vast sums of money were awarded (the Kings sought only $100), and Ray was not exonerated. King’s two other surviving children, Dexter, 57, and Martin III, 60, fully agree that Ray was innocent. And their view of the case is shared by other respected black leaders. “I think there was a major conspiracy to remove Doctor King from the American scene,” said Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.), a 78-year-old civil rights icon. “I don’t know what happened, but the truth of what happened to Dr. King should be made available for history’s sake.”

When the Revolution Was Televised  4/1/2018 The Atlantic: "Julian Bond, reflecting on the era in which he’d helped run press relations for the SCLC, was unflinching in his assessment of media’s structural imperatives. “What the media craved was a steady diet of bold mass action campaigns in the streets, ideally faced by violent white resistance, which could dramatize the issues at stake and make good print or electronic copy,” Bond wrote."

Did the Elites Have Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Killed?  1/24/2014 CounterPunch 

Gov’t That Surveilled MLK in Bid to Destroy Him Wants Us to Trust Them  1/22/2014 Common Dreams: "The reaction of the head of the FBI and the attorney general of the US to King’s dream that little boys and girls of different races would play games with each other was to record his every word and action and those of his friends. If that speech can get you that kind of scrutiny in the USA, then why should we ever trust any high government official with our personal information?"

Martin Luther King assassination in 1968 a ‘cruel and wanton act’  4/4/2012 WaPo 

Fraud Fit For A King: Israel, Zionism, And The Misuse Of MLK  3/1/2012 Znet: published 1/03

Martin Luther King Assassination: James Earl Ray's Lawyers Proposed Arguing There Was A Conspiracy  1/17/2012 Huffington Post 

Invoking MLK and Rosa Parks in Cuban Exile Politics  5/30/2009 AfroCubaWeb: "Another exile platform extolling the virtues of Antúnez and Rosa Parks is the blog of Marc Masferrer, the nephew of El Tigre Masferrer, who maintains a page on Antúnez. El Tigre, a notorious terrorist and leader of his own private militia, actually spent time in a US federal prison for attempting to invade Haiti so he could use it as a base for invading Cuba."

Dr King's Prediction  1/19/2009 BBC: Interview from 1964, with MLK predicting a black president in less than 40 years.

The Assassinations of the 1960s as "Deep Events"  10/17/2008 History Matters: [by Peter Dale Scott, brilliant as always] - "In writing this paper I have been helped immeasurably by the Mary Ferrell Foundation website, This comparative approach is now made much easier by the addition of MLK and RFK files to the existing JFK collection. As there is far more research to be done, I am hoping that some younger resercher will take advantage of this new opportunity."

MLK Assassination Conspiracy Trial - Pepper's Closing Statement  5/1/2008 YouTube: "Dr. William F. Pepper presents his closing statement to the jury in the MLK Jr. Assassination Conspiracy Trial." - 1999

Gandhi, King, and Marti: Brothers in Thought - Conference at Florida International University  4/28/2008 Free Cuba Foundation: "The FREE CUBA Foundation (FCF) at Florida International University invited all those persons interested in non-violence and the writings of Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., and Jose Marti to attend the conference held at the FIU campus on the 60th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi's assassination on January 30, 2008 and now we are preparing a final conference on April 3, 2008 on the eve of the 40th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination."

Uncovering the Coverage  4/8/2008 Acorn: Published in 2000 - "On December 9, 1999, on page A23, next to the weather and the national classified ads, The New York Times reported on the verdict in Memphis. By way of background information, the Times claimed that James Ray confessed to firing the shot that killed Dr. King --- which is not true --- and added a quote from Gerald Posner: "It distresses me greatly that the legal system was used in such a callous and farcical manner in Memphis. If the King family wanted a rubber stamp of their own view of the facts, they got it." With that broad swipe at the King family, the judge, the attorneys, and the jury's verdict, the Times's story closed."

The Martin Luther King Conspiracy Exposed in Memphis  4/8/2008 Probe Magazine: Published in 2000, recounts the 1999 trial in Memphis which identified various elements of the US government as co-conspirators in the MLK murder.

Martin Luther King and Civil Rights  4/8/2008 Education Forum: set of threads on MLK, mostly on his assassination.

Has the King Family Been Bamboozled by William Pepper?  4/5/2008 Daily Kos: "Because I admire Martin and Coretta Scott King so much, I feel compelled to do a follow-up while the interest in King's life and death is so high. So today I would like to explore William Pepper, the man who has wormed his way into King's legacy and seems intent on doing irreparable harm to it."

MLK in Port au Prince prison with Fr. Jean-Juste  1/18/2006 SF Bay View 

Is Raoul Frenchy?  4/5/2005 Education Forum: thread on identification of Raoul, who guided James Earl Ray during the MLK assassination.

MLK Assassination Song THEY SLEW THE DREAMER by Gary Revel Free Download Now  3/14/2005 PR Leap 

Ray's aliases  1/16/2005 xymphora: "Melanson tracked down the Canadians, and the scenario he details in his 1989 book, The Murkin Conspiracy, is downright chilling. Months before the assassination, Ray was using the alias, 'Eric Starvo Galt.' Melanson discovered that, during the same period, the Toronto man named Eric Galt was signing his middle name, St. Vincent, as 'St. V.,' scribbling lopsided circles for the periods, so that the full name looked to the uninitiated like 'Eric Starvo Galt.' In an impressive bit of detection, Melanson found that at some point, the real Eric St. Vincent Galt changed his signature, and began signing documents and personal checks as Eric S. Galt. At about the same time, the recidivist American crook James Earl Ray changed his alias to 'Eric S. Galt.' And this was months before Ray's first and only visit to Toronto!"

MLK's Sister Says He Foresaw Own Death  4/3/2004 AP 

Eyewitness to MLK's death speaks  2/21/2004 Parkersburg News, WV 

Government attacks on MLK show need to protect rights  1/22/2004 Radio Progresso: "On Nov. 23, 2003, reporters revealed an internal FBI memo showing that the agency has closely monitored antiwar organizations that demonstrated against the Bush administration's belligerent foreign policy. The FBI, which had previously denied the charges, fessed up, but argued that it narrowly limits its surveillance to criminal elements. But the document shows the government singling out even entirely legal activities such as online fundraising and videotaping arrests at protests to record police abuses. In May 2002, Attorney General John Ashcroft announced new FBI guidelines that, with the help of the Patriot Act, allow the agency to have undercover agents infiltrate church groups and political organizations, even without any evidence of a criminal activity. Julian Bond, a prominent 1960s civil rights activist and current chair of the NAACP, recently quipped that we now live in the times of “J. Edgar Ashcroft.” "

Black students walk out on Jeb Bush's MLK day speech at FAMU  1/19/2004 AP 

Tenn. Court Dismisses MLK Rifle Appeal  10/16/2003 AP: "A Tennessee appeals court has thwarted an attempt by the brother of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassin to obtain the rifle purported to have killed the civil rights leader. Jerry Ray has been trying to obtain the .30-06-caliber hunting rifle since James Earl Ray died five years ago. He and King's family say they doubt the rifle was the murder weapon and contend James Earl Ray was the fall guy for a murder conspiracy."

Chairman of House sub-committee on King assassination sheds light on new evidence in Dr. King murder  8/22/2003 Final Call: "While the search for the truth about the 1968 assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. continues 35 years later, Rev. Walter E. Fauntroy, chairman of the House Sub-Committee that investigated the King Assassination in 1978, spoke with The Final Call in response to the allegation that the King Family accused the Rev. Jesse L. Jackson and Rev. Samuel Billy Kyles of complicity in the assassination of Dr. King. "There is no evidence that our committee uncovered, that implicated in any way the Rev. Jesse L. Jackson or Rev. Samuel Billy Kyles in the conspiracy to kill Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. That is one thing that has to be clear on the basis of somebody who speaks with that authority" he added."

Did the FBI Play a Role in King's Death?  7/15/2003 LA Times 

Review - An Act of State: the Execution of Martin Luther King  6/11/2003 Green Left, Australia 

William F. Pepper - An Act of State - The Execution of Martin Luther King Talk given at Modern Times Bookstore, San Francisco, CA  2/4/2003 Ratical: "He is depicted on King Day as a civil rights leader. And that's the way you're going to see him probably forever. But he was much more than a civil rights leader and that's what no one in official capacity wants you to know. He had moved well beyond the civil rights movement by 1964-65 and he had become effectively a world-figure in terms of human rights people and particularly the poor of this earth. That's where he was going."

Target: Martin Luther King A New Look at America's Most Unresolved Assassination  1/8/2003 Village Voice 

King Conspiracy Theories  1/1/2003 InfoPlease: "A variety of outlandish conspiracy theories abound, but the evidence still squarely points to James Earl Ray"

Percy Foreman - Mouthpiece or Silencer?  1/1/2003 JFK Research: "Percy Foreman was a prominent Houston criminal attorney who represented James Earl Ray. While Ray was awaiting trial for killing Martin Luther King, Foreman showed up unannounced at the prison and convinced the accused assassin to drop his lawyers in favor of him. Foreman convinced him that his attorneys were not adequate for a trial of that magnitude, and that he risked the electric chair if he did not retain him instead. Despite Foreman’s highly unethical approach, Ray agreed to change attorneys. Foreman assured Ray that there was no case against him, and that he would not only save him from the electric chair, but prove him innocent. However, on the eve of the trial, Foreman informed the accused assassin that he would be found guilty and sentenced to death if he did not agree to a plea-bargain. Terrified and left without any other options, Ray pleaded guilty and was sentenced by the Court to ninety-nine years in jail… In 1975, Foreman was indicted by a federal grand jury for obstruction of justice. Also indicted in this case were Nelson Bunker Hunt and W. Herbert Hunt, the sons of the Dallas oil man H. L. Hunt. The grand jury charged that the Hunt brothers paid the attorney $100,000 to insure that Foreman’s clients (Rothermel & Curington) would not testify against them. The two men, allegedly employed by the Hunt to conduct illegal wiretaps, were offered money by Foreman to accept a jail term rather than testify the principals involved in the case. Naturally, the distinguished attorney never told his clients that he was really working for the Hunts. As the trial was about to begin, Foreman claimed that he was too ill to continue. After Senator James O. Eastland made several inquiries with the Justice Department, the defendants, including Nelson Hunt, were allowed to plead no contest to a lesser charge and pay a fine. The New York Times reported that great political pressure was brought in Washington to keep the Hunts from going to trial, and that Eastland, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, had denied that he had received $50,000 from the Hunts for his lobbying efforts."

My father killed King, says pastor, 34 years on  4/6/2002 SMH: "It wasn't a racist thing; he thought Martin Luther King was connected with communism, and he wanted to get him out of the way." But the Gainesville Sun newspaper quoted Mr Wilson as saying his father belonged to the Ku Klux Klan and took part in the beatings of black people. His father had also fired gunshots at houses in St Augustine, Florida, during King's visit there in 1963. "My dad told me James Earl Ray had nothing to do with the shooting other than to buy a rifle for them," the newspaper quoted Mr Wilson as saying. "My dad was the one who shot Dr King."

Area man says father shot MLK  4/4/2002 Gainsville Sun 

MLK Day plaque honors wrong James Earl  1/16/2002 Houston Chronicle: word is, it was Cuban Americans who made the switch. This fits their known pattern of low level racism. "Many of Merit Industries' workers are young Hispanic women with limited knowledge of English, Miller said. "We probably make two errors for every 100 items," he said."

MARTIN LUTHER KING - THE FATAL SHOT CAME FROM A DIFFERENT DIRECTION  1/1/2002 What Really Happened: "The evidence in the photo taken just moments after the assassination is unequivocal. The claim that the witnesses are pointing to the rooming house where James Earl Ray was staying is a complete fabrication. The gunfire came from another direction high above the bathroom window."

Evidence in assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. goes to museum  10/4/2000 CNN: "Twenty-three boxes of evidence in the 1968 assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. have been moved to the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee. Among the items were the .30-06 hunting rifle allegedly used to kill King, confessed assassin James Earl Ray's transistor radio, and gum wrappers from King's room at the Lorraine Motel -- where the killing occurred and now the site of the museum."

Uncovering the Coverage  6/9/2000 JFK Place: "On December 8, 1999, a jury in Memphis, Tennessee, found Lloyd Jowers liable in the wrongful death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The next night on CBS news, Dan Rather reported that the jury had "opined" the existence of a conspiracy in King's death. According to Webster's dictionary, "opine" means "to hold or express an opinion; think; suppose: now usually humorous." Instead of providing details on the witnesses or their accounts, CBS sought the opinion of Gerald Posner, author of Killing the Dream, a book advancing the lone assassin theory of King's murder. CBS's message to its viewing audience was unmistakable. The verdict will be, at best, a footnote in the story of how James Ray shot Dr. King." Dan Rather performed similar functions in the JFK assassination.

King Report  6/1/2000 Dept of Justice 

Who Killed Martin Luther King? By Douglas Valentine  2/21/2000 Consortium News: "Douglas Valentine worked as a researcher for the King family and testified at the trial about suspicions that Dr. King might have been under U.S. government surveillance at the time of the assassination."

Judge Joe Brown unveils new information on King murder weapon  11/23/1999 Court TV: "Over 30 years after Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination, Memphis and TV Judge Joe Brown unveiled new information on the murder weapon: the fatal bullets found in King does not match those found in the gun… Judge Brown, who reportedly heard Ray's last appeal for a new trial, testified Monday that the bullets taken out of King's body did not match the bullets found in the murder weapon. "After extensive testing, it was found that the four bullets found in the gun chambers were metallurgically identical," Judge Brown said. "The bullets taken from Dr. King's head ... were not identical."

Gandhi, King y Martí: hermanos en pensamiento  4/27/1998 Nuevo Herald: "A continuación, el texto ganador del concurso de ensayo para estudiantes de español de secundaria, organizado por el Free Cuba Foundation (FCF@FIU.EDU) en torno a tres figuras claves de la ética política moderna."

King's widow seeks new probe into husband's death  4/2/1998 CNN 

Gandhi, King, and Marti: Brothers in Thought - Conference at Florida International University  1/28/1998 Free Cuba Foundation: Jose Basulto, among other terrorists, is listed as speaker.

Who Shot Martin Luther King?  8/7/1997 Sonoma County Independent, CA: long article by J.J. Maloney - "Why it's ludicrous to put all the blame on unsophisticated, doomed James Earl Ray"

Ray attorney: Bullets fired from Ray's gun don't match fatal bullet  7/11/1997 CNN 

Sources: Tests fail to rule out King assassination rifle  6/13/1997 CNN: "A Tennessee judge said Friday he wants to see the results of FBI tests taken in 1968, after learning that bullets fired from James Earl Ray's gun do not match the bullet that killed the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. "The bullet we took out of Dr. King should show what those test rounds show," said Criminal Court Judge Joseph Brown." [Judge Joe Brown of TV fame]

Martin Luther King Assassination - Interview with Dr. William Pepper  2/14/1997 Let Them Talk: "DeRienzo: Is there evidence Raoul exists? Pepper: He exists and we have four people who identified him and I know who he is, where he is, what his phone number is, everything about him that one needs. All I need is a criminal trial so I can have him subpoenaed. DeRienzo: Who is Raoul? Is he a government informant, Mafia informant, what was his role in this? Pepper: He was associated with the Marcello organized crime group out of New Orleans and he also had intelligence ties."

Martin Luther King Assassination: Interview with Dr. William Pepper  2/14/1997 Paul DeRienzo 

Report of the Select Committee on Assassinations of the U.S. House of Representatives  12/1/1979 National Archives 


topThe Plot to Kill King: The Truth Behind the Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

This myth-shattering expose is a revised, updated, and heavily expanded volume of Pepper's original best-selling and critically-acclaimed Orders to Kill, with 26 years of additional research included. The result reveals dramatic new details of the night of the murder, the trial, and why Ray was chosen to take the fall for an evil conspiracy - a government-sanctioned assassination of our nation's greatest leader. The plan, according to Pepper, was for a team of United States Army Special Forces snipers to kill King, but just as they were taking aim, a back-up civilian assassin pulled the trigger.

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Killing King: Racial Terrorists, James Earl Ray, and the Plot to Assassinate Martin Luther King Jr.

Published in time for the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, Killing King uncovers previously unknown FBI files and sources, as well as new forensics to convincingly make the case that King was assassinated by a long-simmering conspiracy orchestrated by the racial terrorists who were responsible for the Mississippi Burning murders.

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