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Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Alex Jones is honored to have William Pepper back on his show to talk about what he has learned about the murders of MLK and RFK and how the perps are planning on sending those of us who dare question their authority to KBR constructed concentration camps located across the United States
Thursday, May 29 2008
Alex Jones speaks with Dr William Pepper about his monumental work unearthing the true story of the murder of Martin Luther King as well as his present work representing RFK patsy Sirhan Sirhan.
Did Sirhan Sirhan Act Alone?
WBZ TV (CBS - Video) - June 5, 2008
Forensic Scientists: More Than 1 Gunman Involved In RFK Killing
New evidence suggests second shooter killed RFK
Rawstory (MSNBC Video) - Wednesday March 26, 2008
Forty years after Democratic rising star Robert F. Kennedy was killed at a Los Angeles hotel during his presidential run, new evidence suggests the man serving a life sentence for his murder did not fire the shots that killed the charismatic senator.
Who shot Bobby Kennedy?
BBC Newsnight (Video) | November 21, 2006
Film-maker Shane O'Sullivan has uncovered new footage showing that at least three CIA agents were present on the night Robert Kennedy was murdered.
Monday, June 09, 2008
Dr. William Pepper on James Earl Ray's Innocence, Sirhan Sirhan's Innocence, 9/11 Truth and Prosecuting War Crimes at the opening night of the COPA RFK conference.
Dr. William F. Pepper is an internationally acclaimed lawyer who defended James Earl Ray in a 1999 civil trial (supported by Martin Luther King's family) where the jury found Ray not responsible for the MLK assassination. Now Pepper is defending Sirhan Sirhan for the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, a case he says is “an easier one than the assassination of Martin King and the innocence of James Earl Ray”.
William Pepper spoke about all of his projects, including 9/11 truth and prosecuting the Bush administration for war crimes, to a packed celebrity filled house in Los Angeles. Among those in attendance were Ed Asner, Gina Belafonte, Judd Nelson and 9/11 author Professor David Ray Griffin.
43:12 - 9.8MB
The definitive account of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr, published on the 40th anniversary of his death.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was the most powerful and eloquent champion of the poor and oppressed in US history, and at the height of his fame in the mid-sixties seemed to offer the real possibility of a new and radical beginning for liberal politics in the USA. In 1968, he was assassinated; the movement for social and economic change has never recovered.
The conviction of James Earl Ray for his murder has never looked even remotely safe, and when William Pepper began to investigate the case it was the start of a twenty-five year campaign for justice. At a civil trial in 1999, supported by the King family, seventy witnesses under oath set out the details of the conspiracy Pepper had unearthed: the jury took just one hour to find that Ray was not responsible for the assassination, that a wide-ranging conspiracy existed, and that government agents were involved.
An Act of State lays out the extraordinary facts of the King story—of the huge groundswell of optimism engendered by his charismatic radicalism, of how plans for his execution were laid at the very heart of government and the military, of the disinformation and media cover-ups that followed every attempt to search out the truth. As shocking as it is tragic, An Act of State remains the most compelling and authoritative account of how King's challenge to the US establishment led inexorably to his murder.
Friday May 13, 2008
Kevin Barrett, host of WTPRN's 9/11 and Empire speaks with William Pepper, author of "An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King".
48:07 - 5.5MB
Friday April 12, 2008
Host of Air America's Clout, Richard Greene, bravely hosts the author of An Act of State, William Pepper, who represented James Earl Ray on behalf of the Martin Luther King family and is now representing RFK patsy Sirhan Sirhan.
36:23 - 6.2MB
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