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William F. Pepper is an English barrister and an American lawyer. He practices international human rights law from the US and from London, and has convened a seminar on international human rights at Oxford University. He has represented governments and heads of state, and has appeared as an expert on international law issues. He is the author of four other books and numerous articles.
I have a note from the book, that Martin Luther King was branded a traitor.
This book is an important, passionate, well argued, detailed, precise, thorough, and ultimately disturbing explanation of the case for conspiracy.
Like the Kennedy conspiracy one learns more than one might like to know about how things really work in an incredibly imperfect world.
I think this is an extremely important book for everyone to read. I think that even if you end up not believing the authors point of view, it is still really important to consider... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kittelvet
While I firmly believe Pepper's basic argument that there was a broader conspiracy to murder Dr. King, he writes an account that is highly deficient in several regards. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Robert Matlock
Great book! Gives a clear picture of the consiparcy to execute Martin Luther King Jr. America is truly the "Killing Fields" of progress.Published 8 months ago by Melvin Clark
Building on the early work of Harold Weisberg, Philip Melanson and Mark Lane in the 70s and 80s, Pepper has devoted decades of his life to this case. Read morePublished 10 months ago by TLR
It was in beautiful condition and very timely for 40 year anniversary of the march on Washington. We must dare to call it treason for JFK, MLK and RFK and WTCPublished 14 months ago by John S. Rogers
Wm Pepper is a long term expert on this topic. I haven't read one book of his that wasn't excellent and that didn't show he put a lot of work in it and had a lot of knowledge in... Read morePublished 14 months ago by LoisKM
Think of what you know about the MLK assassination. It's probably something along the lines of "James Earl Ray shot MLK because he was racist or something" and that's about... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Dan Doherty