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Essay - The Martin Luther King Assassination: Missing Pieces

As the 41st anniversary of the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has come and gone, there are still massive amounts of documents and information hidden away from public view.

A new essay by Someone Would Have Talked author Larry Hancock and Stuart Wexler maps out what is missing and gives clues as to what may be found there. The Martin Luther King Assassination: Missing Pieces provides a road map for researchers, students, and activists to begin a push for the declassification and centralization of documents related to the MLK murder.

The MFF has an extensive collection of King documents, many referenced in Missing Pieces. Please visit our MLK Document Archive to begin your own study of this tragic case.

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