Murder in Memphis (Mark Lane and Dick Gregory) - Thunder's Mouth Press - 1993 - 310 pages

There is little doubt in my mind that the FBI of J. Edgar Hoover (1895-1972) conspired with government officials in Memphis, Tennessee to murder Martin Luther King Jr. on April 4, 1968.  Lane and Gregory present ample proof that James Earl Ray (1928-1998) was certainly a petty criminal but not a murderer.  Ray was hand-selected by anti-King operatives to take the fall.  This book outlines multiple aspects of a real murder mystery.  It is difficult for American citizens to believe that so many officials, lawyers and authors would try to hide this murderous conspiracy, but I see no other valid conclusion.  Mark Lane uses his legal training to make a thorough examination of the facts in this case.  Lane and Gregory are truth seekers and true patriots who have bravely compiled this story against the wishes of the powers-that-be.  Every concerned American citizen should take the time to read this book.

If you believe that there was a conspiracy, I urge you to go to Google and enter "Ron Bear Tyler on Martin Luther King."  This man claims to be the younger brother of the actual gunman who murdered King.  His story about the FBI, KKK, and Memphis officials is chilling.  He knows too much to be dismissed but his story has been buried by the mainstream media. [JAM 9/1/2011]