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Old 09-05-2013, 02:03 PM
Martin Timothy Martin Timothy is offline
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Default TREACHERY: The Luther Kings in Dallas, Nov. 22, 1963

The area behind the picket fence left screen of the Moorman photo, shows the Martin Luther Kings man & wife, and Afro Secret Serviceman Abraham Bolden, spectators as E Howard Hunt and others fire on President John Kennedy in Dallas, Texas, November 22, 1963.

The LK's had accepted Mrs Kennedy's gracious invitation to dine with her and the President, in her home at the White House just a short time before, illustrating the folly of trusting blacks, and the genesis for the warning all blacks get, to be no closer than one rifle shot to me and my household at any time!

At plus eighteen hrs around 9:30 pm on the evening of November 23, 1963, Australian radio played a tape recording of the assassination, wherein Mrs Kennedy's voice was clearly heard calling "hello Coretta," followed by a volley of gunfire, the presenter explained Coretta was the wife of one Reverend Martin Luther King.

He played a slowed down version of the tape, and asked listeners how many shots they could hear, he said he counted about nineteen his studio guest said she counted twenty two.

That was the only time the Luther Kings were associated with the crime, until whispers were heard at the time of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, where after some short time later Luther King was shot dead by sniper fire, while standing talking on the telephone on a hotel balcony in Memphis.

Although he was feted and fabulized by the same Jew press refused the evidence located him with the shooters, that propounded the Lee Harvey Oswald / lone assassin scenario, there was no money ol' MLK was broke, he went to the source had roped him into the conspiracy in the first place, read George HW Bush, and asked for dough to be told there was none.

He chanced his arm at blackmail, presumably assuring GHWB if he was not paid everyone would get to hear about what went on in Dallas, he laughed him off, so Luther King took time out at the 1968 DNC to drop the bombshell of his own involvement, and was shot down for it!

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