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James Earl Ray Did Not Kill Martin Luther King

 
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James Earl Ray Did Not Kill Martin Luther King
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Born in the USA. Reagan all the way.
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Re: James Earl Ray Did Not Kill Martin Luther King
THAT VIDEO DIDN'T LAST VERY LONG
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Re: James Earl Ray Did Not Kill Martin Luther King
It was the Jews.

Saw a commemorative thing for James Earl Jones the black actor a few years back. He was supporting a charity or something and on one of
The stage signs somebody had written James earl ray instead of jones. Kind of funny. Dude was like whatever.
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Re: James Earl Ray Did Not Kill Martin Luther King
Watching this thing on CNN now, made me look MLK up on wiki.

This is from Ray's page:
'In 1997, King's son Dexter met with Ray, asking him, "I just want to ask you, for the record, um, did you kill my father?" Ray replied, "No-no I didn't," and King told Ray that he, along with the King family, believed him; the King family also urged that Ray be granted a new trial.[27][28][29] Loyd Jowers, a restaurant owner in Memphis, was brought to civil court and sued for being part of a conspiracy to murder Martin Luther King. Jowers was found legally liable, and the King family accepted $100 in restitution, an amount chosen to show that they were not pursuing the case for financial gain.

Dr. William Pepper, a friend of King in the last year of his life, represented Ray in a televised mock trial in an attempt to grant him the trial he never received. Pepper later represented the King family in a wrongful death civil trial against Loyd Jowers. The King family has since concluded that Ray did not have anything to do with the murder of Martin Luther King, Jr.[30]'