Memphis Jury Sees Conspiracy in Martin Luther King’s Killing – The New York Times

Memphis jury in civil suit brought by Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr’s family finds Lloyd Jowers and others, including governmental agencies, took part in conspiracy in King’s 1968 killing; decision means jury does not believe James Earl Ray, convicted of crime, fired fatal shot; jury awards $100 in damages, amount family sought; Dexter King hails verdict; William Pepper, who had been Ray’s lawyer, represented King family (M)
— Read on www.nytimes.com/1999/12/09/us/memphis-jury-sees-conspiracy-in-martin-luther-king-s-killing.html

Published by Damien Jackson

A free thinker who is aware of what goes on in the world.

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