High Times Greats: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Martin Luther King, Jr., which we’re publishing below in conjunction with the anniversary of MLK’s death. [Decades] after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the public is being led to believe that the case is definitely closed. Brown also castigates the Memphis attorney general’s office for “engaging in a national campaign of slander against the King family. Still, Judge Brown insists, “The federal government ought to do an investigation. Judge Brown believes this is what probably transpired: “Somebody at the motel, who was closely privy to the comings and goings of Dr.

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In the March, 1999 issue of High Times, Dick Russell explored a king-sized conspiracy surrounding the April 4, 1968 murder of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., which we’re publishing below in conjunction with the anniversary of MLK’s death.

[Decades] after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the public is being led to believe that the case is definitely closed. James Earl Ray, the alleged killer, died at age 70 [in 1998] of liver and kidney failure while imprisoned for the crime. A new book by Gerald Posner, Killing The Dream, concludes that Ray...

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