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Title     Author     Publisher
A Letter to the American People (and Myself in Particular) on the Unspeakable     Douglass, James W.     Fair Play
An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King     Pepper, William F.     Ratical
The Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.: Was it a Conspiracy?     Gribben, Mark     Crime Library
The Assassinations of the 1960s as "Deep Events"     Scott, Peter Dale     History Matters
Conspiracy Theories Behind Martin Luther King's Assassination     TeacherVision     TeacherVision
Essay - Many US Government Files about JFK and King Assassinations Still Secret     Waldron, Lamar     Mary Ferrell Foundation
He's Baaack! - The Return of Gerald Posner     DiEugenio, James     Probe
Is the King Case Dead?? Murder in Memphis - Again     DiEugenio, James     Probe
James Earl Ray     Maloney, J.J.     Crime Magazine
A King-Sized Conspiracy     Russell, Dick     High Times
The Martin Luther King Assassination: Missing Pieces     Hancock, Larry & Wexler, Stuart     Mary Ferrell Foundation
The Martin Luther King Conspiracy Exposed in Memphis     Douglass, Jim     Probe
The Martin Luther King Jr. Assassination: What Really Happened?     Ayton, Mel     Crime Magazine
Martin Luther King's Son Says: James Earl Ray Didn't Kill MLK!     Pease, Lisa     Probe
Memphis     Smith, Jerrold     Fair Play
Murdering Civil Rights     Faulkner, Charles     Mary Ferrell Foundation
Overlooked Evidence in the Murder of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.     Wilburn, Ted     What Really Happened
A Racial Crime: The Assassination of MLK     Ayton, Mel     History News Network
Uncovering the Coverage     Smith, Jerrold     Fair Play
Who Killed Martin Luther King?     Griffith, Michael T.     The Academic JFK Assassination Site
 

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