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MLK Jr. Assassinated by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« on: January 15, 2008, 11:20:11 am »
The assassination of Martin Luther King...



Did Lyndon Johnson sign the order for the killshot?



MLK Jr.'s famous speech "Why I oppose the War in Vietnam" was spoken one year to the day before he got gunned down walking outside his motel room. Lyndon Johnson's highest priority was to increase the Military Industrial Complex (That is why he killed JFK). There is no doubt that Lyndon Johnson's COINTELPRO did try and influence MLK to commit suicide.

COINTELPRO: FBI's War On Black America **(HIGH QUALITY)**

54 min - Mar 26, 2007 -  (11 ratings)
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There is new evidence about Lyndon Johnson's CIA, FBI, and military being at the scene of the crime.  Watch this new documentary about Lyndon Johnson (Democrat), COINTELPRO, FBI, and CIA's influence in the conspired assassination of a true American Pro-Constitution Hero:

Death In Memphis - The Mysterious Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.

45 min - Aug 26, 2007 -  (13 ratings)
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As this seems to be the most logical conclusion, what does that mean for the other Democrats that praise Lyndon Johnson and cover up his war crimes and assassinations of JFK, RFK, MLK, and Malcolm X?
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Here is more information concerning Lyndon Johnson's (Democrat) COINTELPRO and the ordered harrassment and coersion against MLK.  It also shows how the MIC had the most to gain from killing MLK.

INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES AND THE RIGHTS OF AMERICANS: DR. MARTIN ...The SCLC was retained as a "primary target" of the COINTELPRO, and Martin Luther King's name was added to the list of persons who were targets. ...
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COINTELPRO - Counter Intelligence Program - the FBI's disruptions ...Includes the FBI's letter to Martin Luther King, Jr. urging him to commit .... This capacity was used under COINTELPRO to create snitch jackets and bogus ...
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Art of the FBI's CointelproAs part of its disruption tactics, Cointelpro tried to create rifts between black ... The government began spying on MLK in the late 1950s for his alleged ...
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COINTELPROCOINTELPRO Revisited - Spying & Disruption ... Martin Luther King, Stokely Carmichael and Elijah Muhammed all aspire to this position. ...
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Video FBI Cointelpro - war on black america - mlk, black, civil ...Watch FBI Cointelpro - war on black america on Dailymotion Share Your Videos. In early 1971, the FBI's domestic counterintelligence program (code named ...
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Forum: Human Rights in the United States: The Murder of Martin ...Human Rights in the U.S.: The Murder of Martin Luther King, Jr. A Victim of COINTELPRO Friday, September 13, 2002 10:00am to 1:00pm ...
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Assassination of Martin Luther King JrThe Church Committee earlier documented the FBI's COINTELPRO program, ... Transcript and audio of MLK speeches. These include the famous 1963 "I have a ...
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COINTELPRO: White Supremacist Plot? (Part 1)
9 min - Sep 11, 2007 -  (2 ratings)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdUCGVIVL8o

COINTELPRO: White Supremacist Plot? (Part 2)
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAsy_0NzAsU
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Re: Did Lyndon Johnson order the assassination of Martin Luther King?
« Reply #3 on: April 06, 2008, 03:50:08 am »
Did Lydon have a part in the assassination of MLK, of course he did.

I have read of prophets of old, spitualy gifted men, with courage and conscience.
For my pennys worth Prophets have never left this earth, each generation has their prophets.You will not find them in the bible, its afew thousand years old. It is as though anything to do with spituality is confined to the book.
I say and I beleive we have had prophets, men of spiritual enightenment, though not biblical, they were this generations prophets. MLK was in my oppinion one of them.
The darkness must rid the world of light. The dark side, whatever fits, evil can not tolerate light. men such as MLK, JFK,RFK, brought light to the world.
I at one time had tapes of this mans speaches, I would like to find out how to get my hands on them. They do call to the spirit of mankind.
The dark side can not deal with this type of human being, therfor they react in the only way they know how to. Sociopathic, power grubbing, evil incorporated. Caines Legacy lives, but we can bring the torch of light to the DC we acan marh, as we learned for MLK., we can expell the darkness that has encompased this nation.

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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated 40 years ago by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #4 on: April 06, 2008, 09:20:52 am »
Friday, April 4, 2008
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WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO MARTIN LUTHER KING?




Tha assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, John Kennedy and Robert Kennedy were all master minded by the same powerful illuminati faction.

These murders are so closely related, that one assassin might have been involved in both the MLK and JFK killings. The lead tramp (BELOW LEFT) pictured here


was arrested and released with no offical record of that arrest the day of the Kennedy assassination has been identified at Charles Rodgers. (See our report: The three tramps and the assassination of John Kennedy). He was also known as "Montoya" and might also be known as "Frenchy". An eyewitness present at the murder scene of Dr. King provided the following sketch (BELOW) of the man who fired the fatal shot at Dr. King.The picture has a stunning resemblance to Charles Rodgers. We''ll get to that in a bit. For now though, let's look at the big picture surrounding King's murder.
The illuminai faced several dangers in 1968. While President Johnson had cooperated fully with their desires in Viet Nam and in other parts of the world, he had not met their requirements in other areas. He had gone too far in appeasing the blacks and had shown some signs of giving in to the young people in America in early 1968. Through threats to expose his role in covering up the truth about the JFK assassination or personal threats to the safety of his family, the Group forced his withdrawal from the 1968 election race. Their plan now was to install Richard Nixon as president at all costs.
Robert Kennedy and Dr. King posed real threats to this plan. Dr. King was beginning a movement in the direction of a coalition with Malcom X followers and other black militant groups. He was speaking out against the Viet Nam war. His influence might help defeat Nixon at the polls. So the illuminati created an environment in which he could be assassinated by his arch enemies.

On April 4, 1968, while standing on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel, Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated.

The official story is that a single man, James Earl Ray, was staying at a rooming house located at 422 South Main Street.


In the back of this rooming house was a shared bathroom with a window that looked out onto the swimming pool of the Lorraine Motel.


According to the government, James Earl Ray shot Dr. Martin Luther King from that window. There is, needless to say, no physical evidence to prove this charge. James Earl Ray spent his life in prison based solely on a coerced confession which he immediately retracted. None of the ballistics tests, which were performed on the rifle James Earl Ray allegedly used, were able to link that rifle to the actual bullet that killed Dr. Martin Luther King. Dr. King's family does not think James Earl Ray was the killer, and recently won a civil court case proving there was a conspiracy.

Now, thanks to writer Ted Wilburn, in a story which follows, new evidence has surfaced to prove that the government and the media have been lying to the public about the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King.

Just moments after Dr. Martin Luther King was killed by a sniper's bullet, a photographer took the below picture. Dr. King lies on the balcony floor. The witnesses are all pointing in the direction the fatal shot was fired from. There is no confusion among the witnesses as to where the source of the shot was. They are not confused by echoes. There is no uncertainty. All three witnesses are pointing in exactly the same direction. The men with Dr. king were Jesse Jackson, Hosea Williams and Rev. Ralph Abernathy. The man who took this infamous photo is James Louw.



The official story is that these men are pointing at the bathroom window in the rear of the rooming house from which James Earl Ray is supposed to have fired a gunshot.

But is that where the witnesses are pointing?

As part of the research, Ted Wilburn went back to the Lorraine Motel, to the very spot where Martin Luther King was shot, and took a photograph of the crime scene location that shows a great deal of the surroundings.



A line has been drawn from the rooming house window back to the balcony on which the pointing witnesses were photographed. Note the end of the line near the fire extinguisher and the intersection of the line with the top of the pale blue door.

Using the fire extinguisher and the top of the door as landmarks, a line is drawn on a detail of the photo taken just moment after the shooting, indicating the direction back to the window of the rooming house.


As can be seen, NONE of the witnesses are pointing towards the window of the rooming house at 422 South Main Street!

Note the small green circle marking the corner of the roof right above where Dr. King was killed.



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 which is the Gattis penthouse. That is where the fatal shot was fired.

This is how this location looks today. Notice how a tall green wall was erected to block the view of the penthouse so tourists to the scene can't figure out they have been lied to.

The FBI and J. Edgar Hoover had become a vital part of the global elite by 1968. Hoover had no love for King and was harrassing him in several ways. The illuminists undoubtedly let Hoover know that it wouldn't be a bad idea to have King out of the way before the election campaigns really warmed up. They also passed the word along to some of the groups who were out to murder King that the crime would probably not be stopped. Fletcher Prouty has described this approach in some detail.[1] The net result of these actions was the assassination of Dr. King by a group of wealthy white bigots who employed two of the intelligence community's own expert assassins. One of these men, Frenchy, had fired shots at JFK. The other, Jack Youngblood, was a soldier of fortune and CIA contract killer. They recruited James Earl Ray and set him up as a patsy.
The FBI removed King's protection in Memphis and after the assassination they took the case out of the hands of the local police to control and suppress the evidence of conspiracy. Hoover did not know exactly who was going to assassinate King or where. He did not know in advance who the patsy was supposed to be. The best evidence in support of this is that from April to June 1968 the identity of the patsy was a mystery, first unidentified, then identified as Eric Starvo Galt, then as Raymond Sneyd, and finally as James Earl Ray. If Hoover had been in on the plan, Ray's identity would probably have been revealed immediately. In fact, the scenario might have been similar to the JFK case, with Ray being killed in a shoot-out.
After Ray was identified and arrested in London, Hoover and the Justice Department had to manufacture some evidence to get Ray back to the U.S. They had no qualms about bribing one witness, Charlie Stevens, to do this. They forced him to say he had seen Ray. Then a new problem arose. Ray began telling the truth to his lawyer and a writer, William Bradford Huie. He almost revealed Frenchy's true identity. The Power Control Group, led by J. Edgar Hoover, solved this problem by getting rid of Ray's lawyer, Arthur Hanes, and they hired Percy Foreman to keep Ray quiet. They also were forced to pay off or frighten off author Huie who had by then become convinced Ray was telling him the truth. Huie had found several witnesses who had seen Ray and Frenchy together.


The following sequence is the most likely scenario in Dr. King's killing, although it is possible the rolls of Youngblood and Frenchy were reversed and it was Frenchy who fired the fatal shot.
The group got Foreman to talk Ray into pleading guilty and Huie to retract his conspiracy talk and publish an article and a book claiming Ray was the lone assassin. Ever since Ray was put away for 99 years, the FBI and the Power Control Group have been hard at work covering up the truth, bribing or influencing judges who have heard Ray's appeals for a trial, publishing disinformation like Gerold Franck's book, An American Assassin, suppressing evidence, and placing key witnesses in psychiatric wards. It is still going on. They have killed at least one reporter, Louis Lomax -- who was getting too close to the truth. The local D.A., Phil Canale, was brought into the conspiracy along with Percy Foreman, Judge Battle, Fred Vinson (who extradited Ray, using Stevens' false affidavit), and local authorities who committed Grace Walden Stevens to a mental institution because she knew Charlie had been dead drunk and saw nothing.
The mechanics of the assassination are as follows: Youngblood and Frenchy recruited Ray in Montreal for smuggling drugs into the U.S. from Mexico and Canada. They recruited him in the assassination plan in such a way as to make him believe they were smuggling guns to Cuba.
Frenchy (Ray knew him as Raoul) set up Ray as a patsy by planting evidence with Ray's prints on it near the fake firing point. He persuaded Ray to rent a room opposite Dr. King's motel, to buy a rifle with telescopic sight, and a white Mustang, and park the Mustang outside the rooming house to wait for Frenchy to come out. Youngblood stationed himself near the Gaddis penthouse. where Frenchy was located. When King came out on his balcony, Youngblood killed him with one shot fired at a downward angle. Frenchy ran from his perch overlooking King's balcony. He made plenty of noise to attract attention, and dropped a bag full of items with Ray's prints on them in front of an amusement parlor next door to the rooming house.
Frenchy must have had some anxious moments then because Ray had driven the Mustang to a gas station a few blocks away to have a low tire pumped up. Three witnesses remember his being there. When Ray returned, not yet knowing what had happened, Frenchy told him to drive away toward the edge of town where Frenchy got out of the back seat. Ray drove on to Atlanta with the intention of meeting Frenchy there.
Meanwhile, Youngblood mingled with the crowd under King's balcony and then faded away. A false trail was created by another member of the team who drove away in a second white Mustang and then created a fake auto chase on the police band radio. Youngblood was tracked down by various reporters in early 1976 and began negotiating to tell his story for a very high price. Meanwhile, judge after judge and court after court keep turning down Bernard Fensterwald and James Cesar, Ray's new lawyers, who appealed for a new trial until Ray's death in prison in 1998.
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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated 40 years ago by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #5 on: April 06, 2008, 09:34:07 am »
The pieces to the puzzle are falling into place.

The JFK, Robert Kennedy and MLK assassinations all involved largely the same characters and the finger in each case points directly back to LBJ.

LBJ - the master criminal.

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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated 40 years ago by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #6 on: April 06, 2008, 09:37:46 am »
The pieces to the puzzle are falling into place.

The JFK, Robert Kennedy and MLK assassinations all involved largely the same characters and the finger in each case points directly back to LBJ.

LBJ - the master criminal.

oh yeah and the LBJ/GHWB/HRC connection leads us to today.

Of course the puppet master for these soul-less slaves has been and still is Rockefeller:

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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated 40 years ago by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #7 on: April 06, 2008, 11:39:14 am »
Sane ,I gotta hand it to you, thats a good read.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Silence is betrayal. I like that very much. Lets pray the S.M.s' open their eyes.

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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated 40 years ago by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #8 on: April 06, 2008, 07:14:53 pm »
Sane, the sad thing is that if there was a black man who said the exact same things as dr.king verbatim he'd still get a negative reaction by a large portion of this country - from all backgrounds.  and still get called anti american. 

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« Reply #9 on: April 06, 2008, 07:38:33 pm »
Sane, the sad thing is that if there was a black man who said the exact same things as dr.king verbatim he'd still get a negative reaction by a large portion of this country - from all backgrounds.  and still get called anti american. 

black, white, red, brown, yellow...mention the genocide done in the name of "democracy" and you are un-American. This is why MLK, Jr. was a true American Hero.  He knew it (and knew that they would kill him) and said it anyway! He sacrificed his life for others to gain a bit of knowledge.  Globalists are trying to pigeonhole MLK as some great speaker about how to have more affirmitive action.  that is total bullshit.  MLK, Jr. exposed the military industrial complex and the insanity of our foreign policy.  He knew that root causes of racism were unjust wars and the scapegoating of minorities. 
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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated 40 years ago by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #10 on: April 06, 2008, 07:39:48 pm »
Superb thread! Thank you so much for laying out the case against the globalist minion LBJ!
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« Reply #11 on: April 06, 2008, 07:40:38 pm »
black, white, red, brown, yellow...mention the genocide done in the name of "democracy" and you are un-American. This is why MLK, Jr. was a true American Hero.  He knew it (and knew that they would kill him) and said it anyway! He sacrificed his life for others to gain a bit of knowledge.  Globalists are trying to pigeonhole MLK as some great speaker about how to have more affirmitive action.  that is total bullshit.  MLK, Jr. exposed the military industrial complex and the insanity of our foreign policy.  He knew that root causes of racism were unjust wars and the scapegoating of minorities. 

couldn't have put it better.

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« Reply #12 on: April 06, 2008, 09:18:48 pm »
Yes, MLK absolutely knew the truth, and was a true patriot, and willing to speak truth to power for the love of his fellow citizens at risk of loosing his life. As flawed as he was - as we all are - he was was willing. We have people now, who are willing to do the same. Dr Paul, Alex and many, many others, and I pray for them every single day. 

 
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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated 40 years ago by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #13 on: April 12, 2008, 04:29:10 am »
MARTIN LUTHER KING - THE FATAL SHOT CAME FROM A DIFFERENT DIRECTION

In Memoriam: Ted Wilburn, the author of the piece which follows, passed away this morning, June 17, 2002. He had the courage not only to ask questions, but to find the answers when nobody else would.

UPDATE! BREAKING: FLORIDA MINISTER SAYS THAT HIS FATHER, NOT JAMES EARL RAY, WAS THE "TRIGGERMAN" IN THE ASSASSINATION OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.

 On April 4, 1968, while standing on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel, Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated.

The official story is that a single man, James Earl Ray, was staying at a rooming house located at 422 South Main Street.

In the back of this rooming house was a shared bathroom with a window that looked out onto the swimming pool of the Lorraine Motel.



According to the government, James Earl Ray shot Dr. Martin Luther King from that window. There is, needless to say, no physical evidence to prove this charge. James Earl Ray spent his life in prison based solely on a coerced confession which he immediately retracted. None of the ballistics tests, which were performed on the rifle James Earl Ray allegedly used, were able to link that rifle to the actual bullet that killed Dr. Martin Luther King. Dr. King's family does not think James Earl Ray was the killer, and recently won a civil court case proving there was a conspiracy.

Now, thanks to writer Ted Wilburn, in a story which follows, new evidence has surfaced to prove that the government and the media have been lying to the public about the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King.





Just moments after Dr. Martin Luther King was killed by a sniper's bullet, a photographer took the above picture. Dr. King lies on the balcony floor. The witnesses are all pointing in the direction the fatal shot was fired from. There is no confusion among the witnesses as to where the source of the shot was. They are not confused by echoes. There is no uncertainty. All three witnesses are pointing in exactly the same direction.

The official story is that these men are pointing at the bathroom window in the rear of the rooming house from which James Earl Ray is supposed to have fired a gunshot.

But is that where the witnesses are pointing?

As part of the research, Ted Wilburn went back to the Lorraine Motel, to the very spot where Martin Luther King was shot, and took a photograph of the crime scene location that shows a great deal of the surroundings.



Indicated at left is the actual window of the rooming house from which the government maintains that James Earl Ray shot Martin Luther King.

A line has been drawn from the rooming house window back to the balcony on which the pointing witnesses were photographed. Note the end of the line near the fire extinguisher and the intersection of the line with the top of the pale blue door.

Using the fire extinguisher and the top of the door as landmarks, a line is drawn on a detail of the photo taken just moment after the shooting, indicating the direction back to the window of the rooming house.



As can be seen, NONE of the witnesses are pointing towards the window of the rooming house at 422 South Main Street!

Note the small green circle marking the corner of the roof right above where Dr. King was killed.



The above photograph was taken from inside the bathroom of the rooming house at 422 South Main Street, looking through the window through which James Earl Ray is supposed to have shot Dr. King. At the very top of the photo can be seen the balcony of the Lorraine Motel. A small green circle identifies the roof corner marked in the detail from the picture right after the shooting. From this vantage point, we can confirm that the angle from the bathroom window to where Dr. King was killed is nearly level, as is indicated by the dotted red line on the detail photo.

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.

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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated 40 years ago by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #14 on: May 10, 2008, 03:41:57 pm »
The Rockefeller clan has been causing human suffering since at least the 19th century. Their great-grandfather was a snake oil salesman who figured out that people got a buzz off of coal tar and sold it to people as a tonic. The modern day pharmaceutical companies are his children. The rabbit hole is way deeper than most people realize. most of us are asleep and don't realize how bad it has been all of our lives. There is no depth they will not stoop to keep the people of this planet down. I am sure they 'sponsored' the killing of MLK and the Kennedy boys, and anyone else they deem a threat.

In a way I am glad Ron Paul is not getting elected; they would have killed him off it short order. Perhaps Oboma will not be as bad as some of the others....he can't be worse than Bush! At least he is a better actor, anyways; like Slick Willy?
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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated 40 years ago by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #15 on: May 25, 2008, 04:37:26 pm »
LBJ was as dirty as dirty gets. He helped get rid of JFK and others too.

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http://www.icdc.com/~paulwolf/cointelpro/churchfinalreportIIIb.htm

SUPPLEMENTARY DETAILED STAFF REPORTS
ON INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES AND THE
RIGHTS OF AMERICANS

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BOOK III
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FINAL REPORT

OF THE

SELECT COMMITTEE
TO STUDY GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS

WITH RESPECT TO

INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES
UNITED STATES SENATE

APRIL 23 (under authority of the order of April 14), 1976

DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., CASE STUDY

I. INTRODUCTION

From December 1963 until his death in 1968, Martin Luther King, Jr. was the target of an intensive campaign by the Federal Bureau of Investigation to "neutralize" him as an effective civil rights leader. In the words of the man in charge of the FBI's "war" against Dr. King:

No holds were barred. We have used [similar] techniques against Soviet agents. [The same methods were] brought home against any organization against which we were targeted. We did not differentiate. This is a rough, tough business. 1

The FBI collected information about Dr. King's plans and activities through an extensive surveillance program, employing nearly every intelligence-gathering technique at the Bureau's disposal. Wiretaps, which were initially approved by Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, were maintained on Dr. King's home telephone from October 1963 until mid-1965; the SCLC headquarter's telephones were covered by wiretaps for an even longer period. Phones in the homes and offices of some of Dr. King's close advisers were also wiretapped. The FBI has acknowledged 16 occasions on which microphones were hidden in Dr. King's hotel and motel rooms in an "attempt" to obtain information about the "private activities of King and his advisers" for use to "completely discredit" them. 2

FBI informants in the civil rights movement and reports from field offices kept the Bureau's headquarters informed of developments in the civil rights field. The FBI's presence was so intrusive that one major figure in the civil rights movement testified that his colleagues referred to themselves as members of "the FBI's golden record club." 3

The FBI's formal program to discredit Dr. King with Government officials began with the distribution of a "monograph" which the FBI realized could "be regarded as a personal attack on Martin Luther King," 4 and which was subsequently described by a Justice Department official as "a personal diatribe ... a personal attack without evidentiary support." 5

Congressional leaders were warned "off the record" about alleged dangers posed by Reverend King. The FBI responded to Dr. King's receipt of the Nobel Peace Prize by attempting to undermine his reception by foreign heads of state and American ambassadors in the countries that be planned to visit. When Dr. King returned to the United States, steps were taken to reduce support for a huge banquet and a special "day" that were being planned in his honor.

The FBI's program to destroy Dr. King as the leader of the civil rights movement entailed attempts to discredit him with churches, universities, and the press. Steps were taken to attempt to convince the National Council of Churches, the Baptist World Alliance, and leading Protestant ministers to halt financial support of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), and to persuade them that "Negro leaders should completely isolate King and remove him from the role he is now occupying in civil rights activities." 6 When the FBI learned that Dr. King intended to visit the Pope, an agent was dispatched to persuade Francis Cardinal Spellman to warn the Pope about "the likely embarrassment that may result to the Pope should he grant King an audience." 7 The FBI sought to influence universities to withhold honorary degrees from Dr. King. Attempts were made to prevent the publication of articles favorable to Dr. King and to find "friendly" news sources that would print unfavorable articles. The FBI offered to play for reporters tape recordings allegedly made from microphone surveillance of Dr. King's hotel rooms.

The FBI mailed Dr. King a tape recording made from its microphone coverage. According to the Chief of the FBI's Domestic Intelligence Division, the tape was intended to precipitate a separation between Dr. King and his wife in the belief that the separation would reduce Dr. King's stature. 7a The tape recording was accompanied by a note which Dr. King and his advisers interpreted as a threat to release the tape recording unless Dr. King committed suicide. The FBI also made preparations to promote someone "to assume the role of leadership of the Negro people when King has been completely discredited." 8

The campaign against Dr. King included attempts to destroy the Southern Christian Leadership Conference by cutting off its sources of funds. The FBI considered, and on some occasions executed, plans to cut off the support of some of the SCLC's major contributors, including religious organizations, a labor union, and donors of grants such as the Ford Foundation. One FBI field office recommended that the FBI send letters to the SCLC's donors over Dr. King's forged signature warning them that the SCLC was under investigation by the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS files on Dr. King and the SCLC were carefully scrutinized for financial irregularities. For over a year, the FBI unsuccessfully attempted to establish that Dr. King had a secret foreign bank account in which he was sequestering funds.

The FBI campaign to discredit and destroy Dr. King was marked by extreme personal vindictiveness. As early as 1962, Director Hoover penned on an FBI memorandum, "King is no good." 9 At the August 1963 March on Washington, Dr. King told the country of his dream that "all of God's children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, will be able to join hands and sing in the words of the old Negro spiritual, 'Free at last, free at last. Thank God almighty, I'm free at last."' 10 The FBI's Domestic Intelligence Division described this "demagogic speech" as yet more evidence that Dr. King was "the most dangerous and effective Negro leader in the country." 11 Shortly afterward, Time magazine chose Dr. King as the "Man of the Year," an honor which elicited Director Hoover's comment that "they had to dig deep in the garbage to come up with this one." 12 Hoover wrote "astounding" across the memorandum informing him that Dr. King had been granted an audience with the Pope despite the FBI's efforts to prevent such a meeting. The depth of Director Hoover's bitterness toward Dr. King, a bitterness which he had effectively communicated to his subordinates in the FBI, was apparent from the FBI's attempts to sully Dr. King's reputation long after his death. Plans were made to "brief" congressional leaders in 1969 to prevent the passage of a "Martin Luther King Day." In 1970, Director Hoover told reporters that Dr. King was the "last one in the world who should ever have received" the Nobel Peace Prize. 13

The extent to which Government officials outside of the FBI must bear responsibility for the FBI's campaign to discredit Dr. King is not clear. Government officials outside of the FBI were not aware of most of the specific FBI actions to discredit Dr. King. Officials in the Justice Department and White House were aware, however, that the FBI was conducting an intelligence investigation, not a criminal investigation, of Dr. King; that the FBI had written authorization from the Attorney General to wiretap Dr. King and the SCLC offices in New York and Washington; and that the FBI reports on Dr. King contained considerable information of a political and personal nature which was "irrelevant and spurious" to the stated reasons for the investigation. 14 Those high executive branch officials were also aware that the FBI was disseminating vicious characterizations of Dr. King within the Government; that the FBI had tape recordings embarrassing to Dr. King which it had offered to play to a White House official and to reporters; and that the FBI had offered to "leak" to reporters highly damaging accusations that some of Dr. King's advisers were communists. Although some of those officials did ask top FBI officials about these charges, they did not inquire further after receiving false denials. In light of what those officials did know about the FBI's conduct toward Dr. King, they were remiss in falling to take appropriate steps to curb the Bureau's behavior. To the extent that their neglect permitted the Bureau's activities to go on unchecked, those officials must share responsibility for what occurred. The FBI now agrees that its efforts to discredit Dr. King were unjustified. The present Deputy Associate Director (Investigation) testified:

Mr. Adams. There were approximately twenty-five incidents of actions taken [to discredit Dr. King] ... I see no statutory basis or no basis of justification for the activity.

The CHAIRMAN. Was Dr. King, in his advocacy of equal rights for black citizens, advocating a course of action that in the opinion of the FBI constituted a crime?

Mr. ADAMS. No, sir.

The CHAIRMAN. He was preaching non-violence was he not, as a method of achieving equal rights for black citizens?

Mr. ADAMS. That's right ... Now as far as the activities which you are asking about, the discrediting, I know of no basis for that and I will not attempt to justify it. 15

The FBI conducted its investigation of Dr. King and the SCLC under an FBI manual provision -- called COMINFIL -- permitting the investigation of legitimate noncommunist organizations, suspected by the FBI of having been infiltrated by communists, to determine the extent, if any, of communist influence. The FBI's investigation was based on its concern that Dr. King was being influenced by two persons -- hereinafter referred to as Adviser A and Adviser B -- that the Bureau believed were members of the Communist Party.

Officials in the Justice Department relied on the FBI's representations that both of these advisers were communists, that they were in a position to influence Dr. King, and that Adviser A in fact exercised some influence in preparing Dr. King's speeches and publications. Burke Marshall, Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights from 1961-1965, testified that he "never had any reason to doubt [the FBI's] allegations concerning [Adviser A]." He recalled that the charges about Adviser A were "grave and serious," and said that he believed Attorney General Kennedy had permitted the investigation to proceed because:

Stopping the investigation in light of those circumstances would have run the risk that there would have been a lot of complaints that the Bureau had been blocked for political reasons from investigating serious charges about communist infiltration in the civil rights movement. 17

Edwin Guthman, Press Secretary for the Justice Department from 1961 through 1964, testified that Attorney General Robert Kennedy "viewed this as a serious matter," that he did not recall "that any of us doubted that the FBI knew what it was talking about," and that although the question of whether Adviser A was influencing Dr. King was never fully answered "we accepted pretty much what the FBI reported as being accurate." 18

We have been unable to reach a conclusion concerning the accuracy of the FBI's charges that the two Advisers were members of the Communist Party, USA or under the control of the Party during the FBI's COMINFIL investigation. However, FBI files do contain information that Adviser A and Adviser B had been members of the Communist Party at some point prior to the opening of the COMINFIL investigation in October 1962. FBI documents provided to the Committee to support the Bureau's claim that both men were members of the Communist Party at the time the COMINFIL investigation was opened are inconclusive. Moreover, the FBI has stated that it cannot provide the Committee with the full factual basis for its charges on the grounds that to do so would compromise informants of continuing use to the Bureau.

Without access to the factual evidence, we are unable to conclude whether either of those two Advisers was connected with the Communist Party when the "case" was opened in 1962, or at any time thereafter. We have seen no evidence establishing that either of those Advisers attempted to exploit the civil rights movement to carry out the plans of the Communist Party.

In any event, the FBI has stated that at no time did it have any evidence that Dr. King himself was a communist or connected with the Communist Party. Dr. King repeatedly criticized Marxist philosophies in his writing and speeches. The present Deputy Associate Director of the FBI's Domestic Intelligence Division, when asked by the Committee if the FBI ever concluded that Dr. King was a communist, testified, "No, sir, we did not." 20

The FBI's COMINFIL investigation appears to have centered almost entirely on discussions among Dr. King and his advisers about proposed civil rights activities rather than on whether those advisers were in fact agents of the Communist Party. Although the FBI conducted disruptive programs -- COINTELPROs -- against alleged communists whom it believed were attempting to influence civil rights organizations, the Bureau did not undertake to discredit the individual whom it considered Dr. King's most "dangerous"' adviser until more than four years after opening the COMINFIL investigation. 21 Moreover, when a field office reported to FBI headquarters in 1964 that the Adviser was not then under the influence and control of the Communist Party, the FBI did not curtail either its investigations or discrediting program against Dr. King, and we have no indication that the Bureau informed the Justice Department of this finding. 22 Rather than trying to discredit the alleged communists it believed were attempting to influence Dr. King, the Bureau adopted the curious tactic of trying to discredit the supposed target of Communist Party interest -- Dr. King himself.

Allegations of communist influence on Dr. King's organization must not divert attention from the fact that, as the FBI now states, its activities were unjustified and improper. In light of the Bureau's remarks about Dr. King, its reactions to his criticisms, the viciousness of its campaign to destroy him, and its failure to take comparable measures against the Advisers that it believed were communists, it is highly questionable whether the FBI's stated motivation was valid. It was certainly not justification for continuing the investigation of Dr. King for over six years, or for carrying out the attempts to destroy him.

Our investigation indicates that FBI officials believed that some of Dr. King's personal conduct was improper. Part of the FBI's efforts to undermine Dr. King's reputation involved attempts to persuade Government officials that Dr. King's personal behavior would be an embarrassment to them. The Committee did not investigate Dr. King's personal life, since such a subject has no proper place in our investigation. Moreover, in order to preclude any further dissemination of information obtained during the electronic surveillances of Dr. King, the Committee requested the FBI to excise from all documents submitted to the Committee any information which was so obtained. We raise the issue of Dr. King's private life here only because it may have played a part in forming the attitudes of certain FBI and administration officials toward Dr. King.

Many documents which we examined contained allegations about the political affiliations and morality of numerous individuals. We have attempted to be sensitive to the privacy interests of those individuals, and have taken care not to advance the effort to discredit them. We have excised many of the Bureau's characterizations from the documents quoted in this report. In some cases, however, in order fully to explain the story, it was judged necessary to quote extensively from Bureau reports, even though they contain unsupported allegations. We caution the reader not to accept these allegations on their face, but rather to read them as part of a shameful chapter in the nation's history.

The reader is also reminded that we did not conduct an investigation into the assassination of Dr. King. In the course of investigating the FBI's attempts to discredit Dr. King, we came across no indication that the FBI was in any way involved in the assassination.
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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #17 on: January 18, 2010, 11:13:37 am »
LIFE Presents: Never-Before-Published Photos From Memphis, April 4, 1968
http://www.life.com/image/51419416/in-gallery/24651
On April 4, 1968, LIFE photographer Henry Groskinsky and writer Mike Silva, on assignment in Alabama, learned that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., had been shot at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis. They raced to the scene and there, incredibly, had unfettered access to the hotel grounds, Dr. King's room, and the surrounding area. For reasons that have been lost in the intervening years, the photographs taken that night and the next day were never published. Until now.

[Wonder what other photos, evidence is being hidden 42 years later]
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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #18 on: January 18, 2010, 11:16:58 am »



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Evidence of Revision (1 of 6) : The Assassinations of Kennedy
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=666048701355447870

Evidence of Revision (2 of 6) : The "Why" of it
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5335724479269105967

Evidence of Revision (3 of 6) : LBJ, Hoover and others
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2334637168204169083

Evidence of Revision (4 of 5) : The RFK assassination as never seen
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=679700833693499618

Evidence of Revision (5 of 6) : RFK assassination, MK ULTRA
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8273110340777778333

Evidence of Revision (6 of 6) :
MLK assassination

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4920540616782600949
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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #19 on: January 18, 2010, 11:24:41 am »
Ya it's a damn shame that they got away with capping MLK like they did.

I mean, I'm sure JFK pumped them up.  I don't know which leader we suffered more for losing, but MLK Jr's message was just so inspiring. 

I love how MLK spoke out against the Vietnam war all the time too.  Too bad more of our so called "leaders" still refuse to speak out against the Iraq/Afghan/Pakistan/Yemen wars.


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« Reply #20 on: January 18, 2010, 11:36:54 am »
Ya it's a damn shame that they got away with capping MLK like they did.

I mean, I'm sure JFK pumped them up.  I don't know which leader we suffered more for losing, but MLK Jr's message was just so inspiring. 

I love how MLK spoke out against the Vietnam war all the time too.  Too bad more of our so called "leaders" still refuse to speak out against the Iraq/Afghan/Pakistan/Yemen wars.



There is no doubt in my mind that MLK Jr. would have supported Kucinich or Paul before ever dreaming of supporting the Obama puppet!
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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #21 on: January 18, 2010, 11:41:47 am »
There is no doubt in my mind that MLK Jr. would have supported Kucinich or Paul before ever dreaming of supporting the Obama puppet!

Imagine the power MLK Jr. could've stripped from Obama, as he played the race card 24/7 in the 08' elections.  If a black hero with MLK's credentials had called Barry Soetoro out from the jump, maybe we could've avoided his whole disasterous presidency.

Oh wait, now I see why Johnson had him taken out.  Duh.  Gotta love these 50 year slowly developing plans.

I wonder how long the NWO goonies had the "black president" trump card up their collective sleeves?

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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated by President Lyndon B. Johnson
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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #23 on: January 16, 2017, 12:12:37 pm »
MLK Communist or Constitutionalist? You decide.

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One may well ask: "How can you advocate breaking some laws and obeying others?" The answer lies in the fact that there are two types of laws: just and unjust. I would be the first to advocate obeying just laws. One has not only a legal but a moral responsibility to obey just laws. Conversely, one has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that "an unjust law is no law at all."

Now, what is the difference between the two? How does one determine whether a law is just or unjust? A just law is a man made code that squares with the moral law or the law of God. An unjust law is a code that is out of harmony with the moral law. To put it in the terms of St. Thomas Aquinas: An unjust law is a human law that is not rooted in eternal law and natural law.

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Re: MLK Jr. Assassinated by President Lyndon B. Johnson
« Reply #24 on: January 17, 2017, 10:58:46 pm »
I think LBJ paid Jesse Jackson to lure/bring MLK to the place where he was false-flagged. That alone makes Jesse Jackson guilty of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, which - since it happened before the death penalty was temporarily ruled unconstitutional - is life without parole in this case.