July 9th, 2017 7:00pm
December 8th, 1999, in a civil court case in Memphis, TN.
In a trial by 12 jury that took almost four weeks of testimony by 70 credible witnesses and roughly 50 exhibits to examine. The verdict was finally swift taking just over an hour for the unanimous decision. Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated as the result of a conspiracy.
Overwhelming evidence proving beyond a reasonable doubt that Loyd Jowers, the mafia, local, state, and federal government agencies were deeply involved. The jury also affirmed overwhelming evidence that identified someone else, not James Earl Ray, as the shooter, and that Mr. Ray was set up to take the blame. As Loyd Jowers' testimony shows, he named the shooter as Memphis Police Department Officer, Lt. Earl Clark. Beyond that there were credible witnesses that named members of a Special Forces team on backup who didn't have to act because of the success of Lt. Earl Clark.
In a 1993 episode of ABC's Primetime Live, Loyd Jowers told reporter Sam Donaldson that he hired someone to kill King as a favor to a friend in the mafia, produce merchant Frank Liberto. Jowers said Liberto, who had died prior to the ABC interview, had paid him $100,000 to arrange the assassination.
Mrs. Coretta Scott King
"This verdict is not only a great victory for my family, but also a great victory for America. It is a great victory for truth itself."
King Attorney William Pepper
"Because he took on those forces, powerful economic forces that dominated politics in this land, they killed him. He was killed because he could not be stopped. He was killed because they feared that half a million people would rise in revolution in the capitol of this country, and do what Mr. Jefferson said needed to be done every 20 years, to cleanse this land. This land has not been cleansed. This nation has not faced the problems that Martin Luther King, Jr. died trying to face and confront. They still exist today, the forces of evil, the powerful economic forces that dominate the government of this land and make money on war and deprive the poor of what is their right, their birthright. They still abound and they rule."
Fast forward to 2000. The US DOJ gets involved and throws it out.
Prompted by the King family's acceptance of some of the conspiracy theories, United States Attorney General Janet Reno ordered a new investigation On August 26, 1998. On June 9, 2000, the DOJ released a 150-page report rejecting allegations that there was a conspiracy to assassinate King, including the findings of the Memphis civil court jury. The DOJ considered suggestions by the US House Select Committee on Assassinations in 1979 and the district attorney of Shelby County, Tennessee in 1998 that Ray's brothers may have been co-conspirators and stated that they "found insufficient evidentiary leads remaining after 30 years to justify further investigation."
So here's your federal government once again, in a court of law, committing crimes against humanity. Thanks Janet Reno! You just proved how corrupt our federal government can be, once again. The Department of Justice no less. 12 juror's deliberated for only an hour with mountains of evidence against the perpetrators. Names were given identifying the killer and the co-conspirators and the agencies they worked for. Found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt and you throw it out. Shame on you Janet Reno, shame, shame, shame on you.
In closing the King family, who filed the civil suit, was awarded $100 for the death of MLK. They donated the money to charity.
"The moral arc of the universe is long, but it bends toward justice."- Martin Luther King Jr.
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