William Pepper’s The Plot to Kill King is a monumentally important book. The fruit of decades of painstaking research, featuring full-length affidavits from witnesses and perpetrators, it not only solves the King murder case once and for all, but also reveals more about the way the Deep State operates than any other book you are ever likely to read.
At the end of this interview, William Pepper – whose current work focuses on freeing the innocent patsy of the Robert Kennedy assassination, Sirhan Sirhan – discusses his relationship with the Rockefeller family, and how he almost got a chance to go face-to-face with David Rockefeller about Rockefeller’s apparent complicity in the JFK assassination.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was killed because he was about to lead 500,000 people to Washington, DC and start a revolution. That revolution is long overdue – as every American who learns the truth about “deep events” like the 1960s assassinations, 9/11 and false flag terrorism, election fraud, and other suppressed issues will surely agree.