The 13th Juror


The 13th Juror

The Official Transcript Of The Martin Luther King Assassination Conspiracy Trial

Authored by MLK The Truth LLC

For fourteen days in the winter of 1999, just blocks away from the site of Dr. King’s assassination, one of the most infamous assassination mysteries was being solved in Memphis, Tennessee, before a circuit court judge and twelve impaneled jurors.

While the national media turned a blind eye toward this trial, day by day the facts from the actual witnesses came forth to attempt to prove the truth behind what really happened on April 4th, 1968, to Martin Luther King and the civil rights movement.

This book is the actual trial transcript, from beginning to end with no editing, no deletions, no opinions or commentary. Based upon the testimonies, you can become the 13th juror, and make up your own mind about what happened on that fateful day.

Publication Date:         Apr 21, 2009
ISBN/EAN13:               1442112158 / 9781442112155
Page Count:                       766
Binding Type:                   US Trade Paper
Trim Size:                           7″ x 10″
Language:                           English
Color:                                   Black and White
Related Categories:        History / Modern / General
List Price: $29.95          CLICK HERE TO BUY


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