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James Earl Ray Conspiracy?
« on: March 15, 2013, 01:25:44 AM »
Old MLK gets little attention from FPers which is a shame:  his assassination certainly fits with JFK/RFK killings that many/most agree were sophisticated plots & not "lone nuts".  James Earl Ray, by any stretch, was quite a character.  A drifter, petty criminal, armed robber etc.  Like Charles Manson, Ray had been a guest of the Federal prison system where he might have gained attention from terror networks as a potential patsy.

After MLK killing James Earl Ray scooted to Canada & then to UK; he was arrested at Heathrow airport since UK authorities had received notice from FBI; OTOH he supposedly managed to rob a London bank & get away cleanly.  that wasn't even his first trip to Canada, he went there earlier after escaping from Missouri State Prison & by his account hooked up with "Raoul" who gave him lucrative jobs smuggling drugs.  I won't detail things too much but http://www.trutv.com/library/crime/terrorists_spies/assassins/ray/7.html gives an lengthy account of Ray's amazingly extensive travels to Canada, Mexico, LA, Vegas etc.  For example:  In December 1967 he drove from Los Angeles to New Orleans to meet up with Charles Stein who was involved with George Wallace's American Independent Party, & drove back to LA with Stein & Stein's kids.  Common sense suggests Stein could well be an ADL-type agent assigned to monitor White Power groups. 

MSM suggests that Ray's escape to London was to "seek a new life" supposedly by later going to South Africa or Rhodesia & that he favored Canada/UK simply because they spoke English.  But given "Londonistan's" history of false-flag terrorism & assassinations of US Presidents that explanation is a bit pat.

Ray has the history of extensive travel & occasionally lavish spending:  MSM suggests that he afforded this with a miserly lifestyle coupled with savings from menial jobs & robbery proceeds.  OTOH his escape to London suggests that he was a patsy of MI6-connected networks that gave him up only after they felt sure that Hoover FBI etc would gratefully refrain from indulging in "conspiracy theories".  While life as a Federal/state fugitive is tough, very few abscond to Canada or Britain.  Crossing any international boundary is an obvious risk & most that do so go to Mexico, not Britain with it's very capable police/intel forces.

Note that Martin Luther King's family has consistently claimed that the assassination was a conspiracy though their claims have been soft-pedalled by MSM & the family never seems to have profited from conspiracy claims.

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« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2013, 10:01:49 AM »
I believe What Really Happened has everything you need! Jews killed a lot of people... But these days they need to pretty much just assassinate identities.... Too much coverge from websites like this!
If the Jews are all innocent and saintly then that would be as big an anomaly among humans as if they were all plotting and scheming towards world domination!

An “anti-semite” in actual usage, is less often a man who hates Jews then a man certain Jews hate.  Joseph Sobran

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« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2013, 09:29:30 PM »
I believe What Really Happened has everything you need! Jews killed a lot of people... But these days they need to pretty much just assassinate identities.... Too much coverge from websites like this!

WRH has some good articles, I'm watching the video of Pepper's closing statement in the civil trial.

This site has the transcripts:
http://www.thekingcenter.org/civil-case-king-family-versus-jowers/

This site mentions how they coerced Ray into a guilty plea:
https://www.larouchepub.com/eiw/public/1993/eirv20n15-19930416/eirv20n15-19930416_065-docu_trial_acquits_ray_in_mlk_sh.pdf

Now while many whites consider King to be a rabble-rousing commie I think we should look beyond that stuff; after all he was important enough to assassinate, he should be important enough to study.

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« Reply #3 on: March 16, 2013, 06:40:01 AM »
JER fits the too good (for jews) to be true category.  It would have been extremely easy to pay a jealous black man to take out King. 
Nobody gets paid to tell the truth.

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« Reply #4 on: March 16, 2013, 09:52:41 PM »
JER fits the too good (for jews) to be true category.  It would have been extremely easy to pay a jealous black man to take out King.

Perhaps, though a pro hitman would be more reliable since assassination really has to be done when designated patsy is in place.  BTW while doing research for this thread I read a LaRouche article claiming that the ADL paid the Klan's Roberts brother $69,000 to bomb the house of an ADL member (one of the brothers was also the triggerman for the '64 Philadelphia Mississippi "civil rights workers" hit).

Article further details ADL cooperation with FBI/Cointelpro, promotion of neo-Nazi groups, connections with Masons, illegal tax-exempt status etc:
https://www.larouchepub.com/eiw/public/1993/eirv20n04-19930122/eirv20n04-19930122_056-book_unmasking_adl_is_delivered.pdf

BTW ADL has the chutzpah to lobby against tax-exempt status for The Institute for Historical Review

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« Reply #5 on: June 01, 2013, 05:33:31 AM »
That Peter Myers website from Australia had a lot of info on the King assassination.  It site was done in a primative style, which made it a little tricky to navigate.  It might not still be active.  The whole scenario fit the typical narrative.  Then there were all these exaggerated claims about a hick, like James Earl Ray, doing all these sophisticated things, like travelling incognito with fake passports. 

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« Reply #6 on: June 01, 2013, 09:49:42 PM »
That Peter Myers website from Australia had a lot of info on the King assassination.  It site was done in a primative style, which made it a little tricky to navigate.  It might not still be active.  The whole scenario fit the typical narrative.  Then there were all these exaggerated claims about a hick, like James Earl Ray, doing all these sophisticated things, like travelling incognito with fake passports.

Can't seem to locate the site but thanks.  So many new false-flags folks barely have time to research the old ones.