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Product Details

  • Paperback: 766 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 21, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1442112158
  • ISBN-13: 978-1442112155
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 1.7 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,193,042 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Douglas R. Shanklin on November 22, 2009
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Writing as a forensic pathologist and occasional witness in court on complex, often obscure issues, I am struck by the inexorable march of the evidence and facts in this case. The format is compelling because the book is the trial transcript with all of the very human foibles brought out by testifying in court. This is history in the raw, similar to accounts of World War II from the perspective of the foot soldier marching across France, and with a similar end game in sight. One has to look at the entire American tragedy in perspective: the murder of Martin Luther King occurred in 1968; 31 years later there is this civil trial, one fashioned not to collect damages, but to open the door to the inner sanctum of the crime, the conspiracy. And now, after another decade, the trial transcript is available for general reading, just in time before almost two generations later, but before a collective memory of the fateful days of 1968 has passed into oblivion. The case at the time generated scant notice and little to no publicity nationally. The passing of Senator Edward M. Kennedy has served as a bookend to the five years of shocking national horror, the assassinations of John and Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King. It seems undeniable our world now would be different, hopefully better in many ways, had these three men lived a natural course. We now have compelling evidence of the reality in one third of the trilogy. Since there has not been equivalent judicial exposure in the two Kennedy cases (the trial of Clay Shaw in New Orleans barely touched the JFK issues)one wonders when the American people will learn the background stories for JFK and RFK in comparable detail. The length of the book is necessary, to incorporate the fullness of the trial, but a hurdle for some readers.Read more ›
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As a history buff of sorts I am completely shocked and let down. We take things as face value that government set before us and believe as truths. I was recommended by an friend to read this book and I am so thankful I did. I was completely captivated page after page after page. It was as if I were in the courtroom watching and listening to it all unfold. I ask the American public to pick this up. Read. Read. Read. In the words of another "I can only imagine" what this world would be. To conclude the evidence is clear Ray was not the shooter. The conspiracy is as plain as the words in the transcript. My congrats to the people that be who compiled this transcript and had the "gumption" to publish.
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By TLR on December 16, 2013
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If we had an actual free press in this country rather than a compliant corporate media, more Americans would know about this civil trial. The stubborn refusal of the national press to give any attention to the evidence and testimony (other than the occasional jab at the King family for being "conspiracy buffs"), the use of jackals like Gerald Posner to lie and misrepresent the case to the public, are dismaying signs that the official cover-up continues. Also, Tennessee authorities had done everything they could to prevent James Earl Ray from receiving a trial while he was alive.

This book, along with William Pepper's AN ACT OF STATE, will prove to any open mind that the official story of the MLK assassination is nonsense. Ray was set up as the fall guy, like Oswald. Raul was indeed a real person with intelligence and mob connections, involved in gun-running and drug trafficking. The conspiracy to kill King involved elements both inside and outside the government. In the revolutionary atmosphere of 1968, with race riots and anti-war protests, many within the national security structure saw King as a man who could potentially lead a nationwide revolt and threaten the government itself. Such a threat would have to be dealt with before things got out of hand.
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It is about time someone finally put out the truth. I remember hearing about this on the news but it disappeared almost immediately with no follow up.This is a fabulous read. I have never seen a book of this type. It is truly as if you are actually sitting there in the courtroom listening to every witness.A very astounding piece of work and there is no doubt in my mind from the testimonies given that Ray was not the shooter....
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