That James Earl Ray didn’t kill Martin Luther King Jr. is not a conspiracy theory … it’s a trial outcome.
Posted on January 18, 2015
by Jerry Alatalo
How many people are aware that in 1999 an actual, official civil trial on Martin Luther King’s (MLK) murder took place? Is that 1999 trial of 30 days and 70 witnesses – where the jury delivered their conclusion that the man accused of the murder, James Earl Ray (deceased by 1999), was not guilty, but that Loyd Jouwers, owner of the grill across from the Lorraine Motel where MLK’s life was ended, and elements of the Memphis Police Department and United States military were behind the assassination – recorded in America’s history books?
The answer to the first question is probably not many, although every man, woman and child should be. The answer to the second question is probably no; the history books America’s schoolchildren read omit the 1999 MLK Assassination civil trial. That the trial, a truly historic event, and the findings and jury decision, are yet relatively…
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