Sunday, January 16 2011 - Resources and Materials
Martin Luther King Day 2011 (with video, audio links)
Thanks to David Kimball of Sacramento 9/11 Truth for graciously creating and providing this flyer.
January 16, 2011
by David Kimball, Sacramento 9/11 Truth
MARTIN LUTHER KING OPPOSED WAR AND SPOKE OUT AGAINST IT
Dr. King's words are as relevant today as they were almost 44 years ago; they could have been spoken yesterday.
AN ACT OF STATE: THE EXECUTION OF MARTIN LUTHER KING - Singer-songwriter Vic Sadot (http://www.youtube.com/user/vasyvic wrote (in part) in a recent email:
William Pepper is a legendary American author, British barrister, and King family lawyer. Martin Luther King contacted William Pepper after reading an article Pepper had written in Ramparts magazine about the effects of the Vietnam War on the children of Vietnam. He invited Pepper to speak to his congregation, which was the beginning of a life-long friendship with MLK and his family. William Pepper continued to investigate the assassination of MLK for years, and he represented the King family in court. The King family and William Pepper got considerable criticism in the mainstream press for stating that they did not believe that James Earl Ray was the killer of King. In 1999 they won a trial in a Memphis, Tennessee court from a jury of six whites and six blacks. They won a unanimous conviction of Loyd Jowers and "unnamed government conspirators" for the murder of Martin Luther King. King was executed in broad daylight at the Lorraine Motel on April 4, 1968. Jowers was the owner of Jim's Grill across the street from the Lorraine Motel where some of the assassination planning was done. Jowers and waitresses from that era gave testimony that persuaded the American jury that there was a "conspiracy" to execute Dr King. William Pepper later wrote a book about the trial and the lack of fair or even any media coverage in the case of their victory. William Pepper's book is called "An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King".
An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King
This song was written by Mike Millius on the night of April 4, 1968.
Flier in commemoration of MARTIN LUTHER KING - January 17, 2011 - by David R. Kimball
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