10 Most Suspicious Deaths In American Politics

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9. Martin Luther King Jr

This list would not be complete without mentioning the assassination of the famous clergyman and social rights activist, Luther King. He was well known for his vehement advocacy for racial equality and his major role in the ending of the legal segregation of black and white Americans in the south and other parts of the United States.

Martin Luther was murdered in Memphis, Tennessee on the 4th of April, 1968. His killer was identified as James Earl Ray, a known fugitive from the Missouri State Penitentiary.

Although James was captured and sentenced, there are claims that he wasn’t acting alone. Sources reveal that the assassination was the outcome of a conspiracy involving the U.S. government, the Mafia, and the Memphis police.

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3 thoughts on “10 Most Suspicious Deaths In American Politics”

  1. Douglas Meyer, Sr.

    This could have been a great read but it is riddled with errors, typos, and poor editing. Just one example…Archbishop Romero was NOT killed on United States soil; he was killed in San Salvador. One man’s opinion…if the items are important enough to be written, they should be important enough to be well-written.

  2. All the above deaths and many others like them plus many suicides by notorious criminals while in custody , show the incompetence of our criminal system and the power/influence of few . individuals/organizations/institutions.

  3. The Kennedy assasination was the beginning of the end for American Democracy. “They” then knew that they could get away with anything, and have been ever since.

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