"If anyone believes the intel agencies today, we have completely lost it." Oliver Stone with James DiEugenio – “If JFK Were Alive Today”, 2017
"...a revelation to the uninitiated, a necessary witness for the rest of us... -- Oliver Stone": The Assassinations: Probe Magazine on JFK, MLK, RFK, and Malcolm X, 2003, by James DiEugenio (Author), Lisa Pease (Author), Judge Joe Brown
Reclaiming Parkland: Tom Hanks, Vincent Bugliosi, and the JFK Assassination in the New Hollywood, 2016, James Di Eugenio, Oliver Stone (Foreword)
The Devil's Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America's Secret Government, 2016, David Talbot
US State Convicted on the Murder of Martin Luther King
"Dr. Martin Luther King’s family and personal friend/attorney, William F. Pepper, won a civil trial that found US government agencies guilty of assassination/wrongful death. The 1999 trial, King Family versus Jowers and Other Unknown Co-Conspirators, is the only trial ever conducted on the assassination of Dr. King." Martin Luther King assassinated by US Govt: King Family civil trial verdictj,2015 by Carl Herman
"One of the most infamous and devastating assassinations in American history, the murder of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., was also one of the most quickly resolved by authorities: James Earl Ray was convicted of the crime less than a year after it occurred. Yet, did they catch the right person? Or was Ray framed by President Lyndon B Johnson and FBI Director J Edgar Hoover?
In Who REALLY Killed Martin Luther King, Jr.?, Phillip F. Nelson explores the tactics used by the FBI to portray Ray as a southern racist and stalker of King. He shows that early books on King’s death were written for the very purpose of “dis-informing” the American public, at the behest of the FBI and CIA, and are filled with proven lies and distortions.
As Nelson methodically exposes the original constructed false narrative as the massive deceit that it was, he presents a revised and corrected account in its place, based upon proven facts that exonerate James Earl Ray. Nelson’s account is supplemented by several authors, including Harold Weisberg, Mark Lane, Dick Gregory, John Avery Emison, Philip Melanson, and William F. Pepper. Nelson also posits numerous instances of how government investigators―the FBI originally, then the Department of Justice in 1976, the House Select Committee on Assassinations investigators in 1978 and the DOJ again in 2000―deliberately avoided pursuing any and all leads which pointed toward Ray’s innocence." Who REALLY Killed Martin Luther King Jr.?: The Case Against Lyndon B. Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover, April 3, 2018, Phillip H. Nelson