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James Earl Ray's gun didn't kill Martin Luther King, says brother
March 3rd 2008
A disturbing new book is set to reopen old wounds before next month's 40th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
James Earl Ray, who died in 1998 at age 70, had recanted after just three days the confession that saved him from the death penalty. Now his brother, John Larry Ray, 75, claims that new documents offer forensic proof James was not the murderer.
But his book, "The Truth at Last," might offer more for die-hard conspiracy theorists than historical scholars.
Co-written by Lyndon Barsten, it recounts conversations between the brothers — before the shooting — in which James feels he is being set up in a plot. It also draws a confusing map of alleged mind-control experiments perpetrated on him by the C.I.A.
Larry tells us:
A King family spokesperson was unavailable to comment.
WHO KILLED DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING?
By Felicia Pride
Mar 5th 2008
According to EURweb.com, a new book by the brother of James Earl Ray, who was convicted of killing Dr. Martin Luther King, sets out to prove that Ray was not Dr. King's murderer.
TRUTH AT LAST: The Untold Story Behind James Earl Ray and the Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. by John Larry Ray (and coauthor Lyndon Barsten), the 75-year-old brother of James Earl Ray, claims that there's forensic evidence that proves his brother did not assassinate Dr. King. The book also includes conversations between the brothers where James thinks he was being set up.
James Early Ray confessed to shooting Dr. King, but then took back his confession three days later. He died in 1998.