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The 13th Juror: The Official Transcript of the Martin Luther King Assassination Conspiracy Trial
For fourteen days in the winter of 1999, just blocks away from the site of Dr. King's assassination, one of the most infamous assassination mysteries was being solved in Memphis, Tennessee, before a circuit court judge and twelve impaneled jurors. While the national media turned a blind eye toward this trial, day by day the facts from the actual witnesses came forth to att ...more
Paperback, 768 pages
Published April 21st 2009 by Createspace
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If you are comfortable with the result of James Earl Ray having been the assassin of Martin Luther King on 4 April 1968 then you should not read this book, The 13th Juror. I marked 25 incidents or statements in this 753 page book that, in my opinion, should have been investigated. Yet they were not investigated by the House Select Committee that was formed as the formal investigation of the death of Martin King. The book was an intensive look at details surrounding the assassination. A difficult ...more
Anyone who cares about truth and the history of USA should read this book. This is not a novel but the official transcript of what should have been a world shattering trial that turned the idea that James Earl Ray was the lone assassin of MLK on its head. Instead, this trial, which happened in 1999, was ignored by the media and the common myth that James Earl Ray was King's shooter has been perpetuated by the very institutions that have the most to lose should the truth come out. This trial shou ...more