Was The US Government Responsible For MLK`s Death?

Submitted by: jagger04 3 years ago in Weird

Witnesses claim Martin Luther King Jr. wasn"t killed by a lone gunman.
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Male 2,578
Let`s not forget the Swedish Prime Minister who was also assassinated.
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Male 37,774
Lolz! @Gerry1! I do -assume- you know that Booth was one of several assassins who went out that night to kill several US Gov`t officials... right?

But yeah, I`d forgotten to count Ruby. 2 `lone gunmen` in the same conspiracy theory = lolz!
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Male 38,480

[quote]"3 cases of `lone gunmen` simply beggars the imagination."[/quote]
4 cases of lone gunmen. Don`t forget Lincoln!
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Male 37,774
@Angilion: How many other incredibly famous people were assassinated in the 60`s in the USA?
Not many.
And while `lone gunmen` do indeed exist? That the 4 (Oswald too, on live TV!) most high-profile murders in that decade were:

All done by `deranged lone gunmen`
Who denied having done it (even Ruby, later)
In broad daylight
With scores of witnesses close by
With the `official story` being SO unbelievable?

Nope, not buying it. I think the odds against it are unimaginable.
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Male 14,834
Frankly, I don`t care.
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Male 12,365
[quote]Clearly, all 3 were killed by SOME SORT of conspiracy, eh? 3 cases of `lone gunmen` simply beggars the imagination.[/quote]

Not in a country of hundreds of millions of people with easy access to guns in a time of cold war and social upheaval. It doesn`t beggar the imagination. It`s not even very surprising.
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Male 883
So let`s shoot and kill a guy who is rallying an entire nation behind the civil rights movement. It won`t do anything to further the cause it will die with him right?

rightttttttt...
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Male 883
@McG

It got Lennon in `80. Then it flew around for a few more months before zeroing in on Reagan. Of course by that time the magic had run out and it couldn`t finish the job.
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Male 2,578
Would LBJ do it? I mean, maybe. But if you`re assuming that version of LBJ, then it`s probably an LBJ that also would kill JFK and do all sorts of even more nefarious things. I for one don`t know what LBJ would have to gain from killing MLK, other than obviously creating more civil strife. Plus, LBJ is known as basically the father of the civil rights era and the welfare state. He`s not exactly a Klansman.

So it`s possible, but it is true that sometimes things are more often than not exactly what they seem to be, and nothing more.
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Male 1,397
....surely not!
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Male 38,480

I might believe if it were so darn common. Anytime someone of importance dies there is a "conspiracy theory".

Sometimes, things really are just what they seem.
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Male 14,332
JFK, MLK and RFK it was the magic bullet! It still circles the earth to this day looking for it`s next victim!
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Male 37,774
One of the 3 men on the balcony with MLK when he was shot was, in fact, a Government spy. This isn`t "theory" it`s public knowledge.

James Earl Ray tried to change his plea to "not guilty" but the judge refused! The judge then sealed all the evidence, WITHOUT IT EVER BEING SEEN, for 50 years.

Like JFK before him and RFK after him? MLK`s "crazed lone gunman" story is actually MORE difficult to believe than an outright conspiracy. Government-run or otherwise.

Clearly, all 3 were killed by SOME SORT of conspiracy, eh? 3 cases of `lone gunmen` simply beggars the imagination.
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Male 2,579
DUUUHHH!
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Male 538
Link: Was The US Government Responsible For MLK`s Death? [Rate Link] - Witnesses claim Martin Luther King Jr. wasn`t killed by a lone gunman.
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