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Jack White
05-12-2010, 04:40 AM
I heard today from a usually reliable source that a new book
is coming out soon on MLK saying the assassin really was
James Earl Ray...and that a co-author is the husband of
Debra Conway. Is there any truth to this?

Jack

Debra Conway
05-14-2010, 01:43 PM
I heard today from a usually reliable source that a new book
is coming out soon on MLK saying the assassin really was
James Earl Ray...and that a co-author is the husband of
Debra Conway. Is there any truth to this?

Jack

Jack,

You crack me up. I think your friend has somehow confused Larry Hancock with my husband Steve Conway-? While Larry and I are great friends, we are most definitely married to different people.

Larry and Stu Wexler are writing a book on the MLK assassination, one which I seriously doubt will conclude with James Earl Ray as the lone assassin. (Lancer is not the publisher.)

Next time, please give your "usually reliable source" my email before posting their unreliable claims about me or my husband.

Thanks,

Debra

Jack White
05-14-2010, 04:47 PM
I heard today from a usually reliable source that a new book
is coming out soon on MLK saying the assassin really was
James Earl Ray...and that a co-author is the husband of
Debra Conway. Is there any truth to this?

Jack

Jack,

You crack me up. I think your friend has somehow confused Larry Hancock with my husband Steve Conway-? While Larry and I are great friends, we are most definitely married to different people.

Larry and Stu Wexler are writing a book on the MLK assassination, one which I seriously doubt will conclude with James Earl Ray as the lone assassin. (Lancer is not the publisher.)

Next time, please give your "usually reliable source" my email before posting their unreliable claims about me or my husband.

Thanks,

Debra

Thanks for the reliable information, Deb.

The "JFK grapevine" sometimes is inaccurate. My source asked me
about it because he had heard it from another researcher.

Jack

Nathaniel Heidenheimer
06-07-2010, 02:45 AM
On the topic of MLK there is current new book on Ray and the assassination that is really getting pushed. Folks who have time should write a review on Amazon pointing people in the right direction towards other good books like the 2008 edition of Act of State. This really works to increased sales of books that are censored and never get reviewed.

John Kowalski
06-08-2010, 03:42 PM
On the topic of MLK there is current new book on Ray and the assassination that is really getting pushed.

What is the name of the book?

John

Nathaniel Heidenheimer
06-09-2010, 12:16 AM
Sorry . The name of the book is Hellbound on His Trail. Anyone who has time please write a review on Amazon with a link to the 2nd edition of Act of State and or some good articles. This can really boost sales of censored book like Act of State (2008) That is because this Hellbound book is getting lots of views. http://www.amazon.com/Hellhound-His-Trail-Stalking-International/dp/0385523920/ref=cm_cr_pr_pb_t

Charles Drago
06-09-2010, 01:58 AM
It's Hellhound.

Phil Dragoo
06-09-2010, 09:18 AM
Side's use of the term “hellhound” is consistent with the sinister depiction of the black-clad backyard Oswaldovich.


Of note:


Seeking Armageddon and the Effort to Kill Martin Luther King, Jr. A new book by Larry Hancock and Stuart Wexler (http://seeking-armageddon.com/)


I have Harold Weisberg, Frame-Up: The Martin Luther King—James Earl Ray Case (1971); Mark Lane/Dick Gregory, Code Name “Zorro”: The Murder of Martin Luther King, Jr. (1977); William F. Pepper, Orders to Kill: The Truth Behind the Murder of Martin Luther King, Jr. (1995).


Also recommended, MLK: Section 1 “The Struggle for a New Trial” and Section 2 “The Truth Wins Out” in The Assassinations, edited by Jim DiEugenio and Lisa Pease, pages 432-529.


There was no shot from the boarding house window until Memphis Sanitation cut the vegetation the day after King was shot. Unless Ray had a time machine, he could not have made the shot.


Which is moot, as he did not shoot King, or anyone.


The witness who placed Ray in the room was dead drunk. One witness who blew the whistle on the drunk was put in an asylum, the other killed.


Judge Brown was driven off before he could force the exculpatory test of the rifle in evidence. He did not believe it was the actual murder weapon. The death slug from King was not from the same lot as the spent casing in the rifle or bullets from the weapon. The .30-06 Remington was a pump action rifle and therefore could not have been leaning against a windowsill as the original prosecutors said it was. The telescopic sight installed on the Remington could not have been aligned correctly because the shop in which it was purchased did not have the proper equipment.


Ray was killed by preventing a liver transplant; simple as that.


King was a threat to the security state. An opponent of the war. One who would have brought an army of protestors to the nation's capital.


And a special target of Hoover. Frank Holloman Director of Memphis Police and Fire was an FBI veteran and one of the elite members of Hoover's personal unit.


In the famous photo of a half dozen men around the fallen King on the Lorraine balcony all save one are pointing out at the source of the shot. One is down checking King's vitals, Marrell McCullough of the 111th Military Intelligence Group.


Sam Donaldson on Prime Time reported ABC called the CIA switchboard, asked for and was connected to Marrell McCullough who listened and responded until the subject turned to King.


Then he hung up.


Frank and Marrell have a little bit they do, “We are the hollow men.”

Dawn Meredith
06-10-2010, 11:23 AM
This is not a review of the bokk being discussed here.

From: "James DiEugenio" <o: "Dawn Meredith" <dmeredith@austin.rr.com>
Subject: DO you have a place
Date: Sunday, June 06, 2010 6:10 PM

for the King assassination at DPF? IF so you might want to post this

http://www.ctka.net/2010/roads.html

JIM D

Dawn Meredith
01-17-2011, 12:52 PM
Another excellent book on the assassination of Dr. King is the late Dr. Philip Melanson's book "The Martin Luther King Assassination".

Happy birthday Dr. King. We so need your voice today.

"Early morning April 4th
Shots ring out in a Memphis sky
Free at last, they took your life
But they could not take your pride
In the name of love
What more in the name of love"

U-2

Dawn

Peter Lemkin
01-17-2011, 01:39 PM
I heard today from a usually reliable source that a new book
is coming out soon on MLK saying the assassin really was
James Earl Ray...and that a co-author is the husband of
Debra Conway. Is there any truth to this?

Jack

Maybe to some new book, but not to JER being the assassin!!!:rocker:
I think Hancock would not name JER.....not by a mile.......
...twas another inside false-flag op....
...one of oh so many...
...that continue!!!!

Morgan Reynolds
01-17-2011, 11:32 PM
What do the experts here think of James Douglass' piece (originally published in 2000) on MLK's assassination? Seems excellent to me but what do I know? I never could get into William F. Pepper's book.
http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig12/douglass-jim1.1.1.html

Morgan Reynolds
01-18-2011, 04:11 PM
Oh, I see the Douglass article on MLK's assassination is in the DiEugenio-Pease 2003 volume, The Assassinations.