There's a reason WHY James Comey the New FBI Director is making all new agents go to the Martin Luther King memorial.
King’s alleged assassin, James Earl Ray, had long been denied a criminal trial in spite of repeated efforts by the Martin Luther King family. In 1999 the King family commissioned attorney William F. Pepper to pursue a civil wrongful death suit on behalf of Ray, who had died in1998. The case, which called 70 witnesses, was tried in Memphis Circuit Court before Judge James E. Swearengen. After 30 days of hearing evidence that had never been presented in a court of law, the jury exonerated Ray in a victory for the King family. The 12-person jury instead found a murder conspiracy involving agents of the government of the United States, State of Tennessee, and the City of Memphis.
 Filmed highlights from the case are available in 10 parts, under “MLK Assassination Conspiracy Trial.” Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-mlYaWOu4E. The complete trial transcript, 2735 pages, is online at the Martin Luther King Center,http://www.thekingcenter.org/sites/default/files/KING%20FAMILY%20TRIAL%20TRANSCRIPT.pdf and in html format at http://ratical.org/ratville/JFK/MLKACT/MLKACTtoc.html. A journalist’s 6-minute summary of the evidence is available at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEP94AVshrs. An excellent review of Dr. Pepper’s book about the case, “An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King,” by David T. Ratcliffe, is available at http://www.ratical.com/ratville/JFK/MLKactOstate.html.