TUC Radio:The Execution of Martin Luther King, William Pepper (ONE of TWO) 
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TUC Radio  The Execution of Martin Luther King, William Pepper (ONE of TWO)  Updated Archival 
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TUC Radio  Weekly Program  For non-profit use only. 
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Bill Pepper became James Earl Rays lawyer when he found out that Ray was not the murderer. His friendship with King and his family goes back to 1967. Pepper had gone to Vietnam and taken photos of children burned by napalm. King asked to meet with him and they worked closely together during the anti-Vietnam war phase of Kings life. In this recording Pepper explains why he became convinced of Rays innocence and, during 25 years of investigative work, pieced together the plot to kill King. The extraordinary story has implications for history, civil rights, justice and democracy. (Feb. 2003)

William Pepper is an acclaimed lawyer who practices international law in London. His book by Verso is: AN ACT OF STATE, The Execution of Martin Luther King. For more information: http://www.williampepper.com/books.html 
 
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View Script  San Francisco, CA  01-16-2018  English 
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