Martin Luther King, Jr. Assassination
Dr. William Pepper on King's Assassination
The below video filled with new, revealing information on the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. is a "must watch" for all who want to understand the deeper layers of how our world works.
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The video features James Corbett of the Corbett Report interviewing Dr. William Pepper, a renowned lawyer who was a personal friend of Martin Luther King, Jr.. Pepper is the foremost authority on the King assassination. He has had personal contact with nearly every key player in the assassination.
Pepper additionally represented the King family in the 1999 civil trial in Memphis which found the various agencies of the U.S. government guilty of conspiring to kill Martin Luther King, Jr.
In this interview, Pepper not only shares his rich personal experiences with King, but also how the incredible 1999 court trial was blatantly ignored by the media and has been covered up to this day. I implore you to find the time to click the link below to watch this most profoundly revealing video.
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Note: If you feel you don't have time to watch the entire interview, take just six minutes to watch this highly revealing video of the 1999 civil trial and how it was covered up by the media.
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