His name was James Earl Ray and was an escaped convict. Dr. King had been standing on the balcony of his room at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee on April 4, 1968. Ray was charged with the murder of Martin Luther King and he confessed and pleaded guilty. He then spent the rest of his life to unsuccessfully withdraw his confession.
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The FBI headed by J Edger Hoover, he and his fellow FBI workers tried many times to assassinate his character with lies , death treats, and exposing aspect of his personal life. They even went as far as taping his phone they also put 24 hour surveillance on him as if he was a terrorist. This is not made up do your research it is all facts. The FBI killed Martin Luther King Jr. along with many other Black leaders during the Civil Rights Movement which they consider threats to the Great way of American Life. James Earl Ray was part of a scheme he tried many times to retract is confession and if you do some research you find that from were James was and were the bullet hit Dr. King and were Dr. Kings peers were pointing at the time of the murder it doesn't add up.
James Earl Ray killed Martin Luther King Jr at the Lorraine Motel
The person convicted was James Earl Ray, although he maintains his innocence and many conspiracy theorists doubt that he acted alone, if at all. Among those who believe his innocence is Martin Luther King III.
James Earl Ray. It has been proven over and over again. Ray pled guilty to the murder, because he knew if he stood trial, he would be found guilty by a jury and executed. He died in prison from natural causes and was never considered innocent in the murder. Ray hated Rev. King, and murdered the pastor hoping to get rich from doing so. Ray was a racist. There is no evidence to prove Ray was innocent. There is no evidence that says anyone else killed the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Gerald Posner wrote an excellent book that proves beyond a shadow of a doubt, it was Ray and Ray alone who committed the murder of Rev. King.
James Earl Ray was convicted for murder of Martin Luther King Jr. However, many claim he was in fact a scapegoat who plead guilty to avoid execution by electrocution.
James Earl Ray was convicted, but conspiracy theories abound on this topic.
James Earl Ray is the name of the man who was convicted of shooting and killing Martin Luther King, Jr. Ray died in prison on April 23, 1998 at the age of 70.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated by James Earl Ray on April 4, 1968.
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James Earl Ray Assassinated Dr. Martin LutherKing on April 4, 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee, but many believe that he did not act alone
To the satisfaction of a jury in a court of law ("beyond a reasonable doubt") it was James Earl Ray. Ray also confessed to the killing, though he later tried to recant his confession.
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Martin Luther was not killed. Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated.
A 30-06 rifle killed Martin Luther King Jr.
No, Martin Luther King, Jr. never killed anyone.
James Earl Ray shot and killed Martin Luther King Jr.
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Martin Luther King Jr. was killed on April 4, 1968. He was assassinated at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee.
No, Martin Luther King Jr is not single.
Martin Luther King is not the same person as Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King Jr. was Martin Luther King's son.
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Martin Luther King, Jr. was killed by James Earl Ray.
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James Earl Ray was 40-years-old when he killed Martin Luther King, Jr.
Martin Luther King Jr. was killed in 1968
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No, Martin Luther King, Jr. is not still living. King was shot and killed on April 4, 1968.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was 39 years old when he was shot and killed by James Earl Ray.
Dr Martin Luther King Jr was the son of Martin Luther King.
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Martin Luther King Jr was not named after Martin Luther. Martin Luther King Jr was named after his father, Martin Luther King. Martin Luther King was named after Martin Luther.