Monday, April 7, 2014

The Austin Whitewash: LBJ and The Assassination of MLK

By Robert Morrow
Tel. 512-306-1510
Austin, TX

There is one family that will for sure NOT be in Austin, TX this week for the whitewash on mass murderer and serial murderer Lyndon Johnson: the family of Dr. Martin Luther King.

ABC News: “Do you believe that Lyndon Johnson was part of the plot to kill your father?
Dexter King [son of MLK] -  on national TV in 1997 with the entire MLK family sitting around him: “Yes, I do.”
ABC NEWS: "What's more, Dexter King believes the plot went all the way to the White House."

From the New York Times:
Three months ago, Dexter Scott King declared that he and his family believed that James Earl Ray was not guilty of the murder of his father, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Tonight, in a televised interview, Mr. King asserted that President Lyndon B. Johnson must have been part of a military and governmental conspiracy to kill Dr. King.
''Based on the evidence that I've been shown, I would think that it would be very difficult for something of that magnitude to occur on his watch and he not be privy to it,'' Mr. King said on the ABC News program ''Turning Point.''
Mr. King, who heads the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change in Atlanta, suggested that the Army and Federal intelligence agencies were involved in his father's assassination, in Memphis on April 4, 1968. 
''I am told that it was part and parcel Army intelligence, C.I.A., F.B.I.,'' he said in the interview. ''I think we knew it all along." 
Mr. King's older brother, Martin Luther King 3d, said in the television interview that Mr. Ray had ''basically nothing to do with this assassination.''


  1. Oh, so that's why we seldom if ever hear from the King family. If you question the official narative, you don't exist on television.

  2. Everyone knows the Cigarette Smoking Man for the X Files did it...

  3. King would have been OK had he stuck to Civil Rights. However, coming out against the Vietnam War...