Six weeks after my book Who Really Killed Martin Luther King Jr.? -- The Case Against Lyndon B. Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover was published, John Curington published his memoirs, H. L. Hunt, Motive and Opportunity, about his career working as H. L. Hunt's "right-hand man." Within that book, he explains how Percy Foreman wound … Continue reading Crucial New Evidence Proves That Johnson and Hoover Bribed Percy Foreman to Force James Earl Ray to Plead Guilty
An Examination of how LBJ’s Friend Percy Foreman Guaranteed James Earl Ray’s Lifetime Sentence – While Earning a Lifetime “Keep Out of Jail” Card for Himself Percy Foreman, Famed Defense Attorney, Used Extremely Illegal Methods to Free Murderers — Except for the Case of an Innocent James Earl Ray, where He Used Those Methods to … Continue reading UPDATE: Did Famed Attorney / LBJ Friend Percy Foreman Blackmail Jimmy Carter?
* * * An Examination of how LBJ’s Friend Percy Foreman Guaranteed James Earl Ray’s Lifetime Sentence – While Earning a Lifetime “Keep Out of Jail” Card for Himself . Dick Cavett: “A lot of people in the legal profession were astounded at how you got [James Earl Ray] to change the plea [from “not … Continue reading Did Famed Attorney / LBJ Friend Percy Foreman Blackmail Jimmy Carter?
(A Primer: Condensed, and recompiled from Who REALLY Killed MLK?) The Culmination of Months of Planning: Dr. King Takes the Bait (Act I) After having to cancel his snowed-out Memphis visit in support of the sanitation workers that had been scheduled for March 22nd, Dr. King spent a week in New York recruiting volunteers for … Continue reading Traces of Lyndon Johnson’s Personal Involvement in MLK’s Assassination – PART 2
Part 1 (of 2) Talk of a RFK/MLK Presidential Ticket was LBJ’s "Worst Nightmare” Go to Amazon Page A Primer, condensed and recompiled from Who REALLY Killed Martin Luther King Jr.? People who have not intensely studied President Lyndon B. Johnson (i.e. the great majority, if not nearly the entirety, of the population) fail to … Continue reading Traces of Lyndon B. Johnson’s Personal Involvement in Martin Luther King Jr.’s Assassination