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Other Resources

Trial Transcript” – Transcripts of the Martin Luther King’s assassination conspiracy trial – see

The legal designation for the trial is:

The Circuit Court of Shelby County, Tennessee; Thirtieth Judicial District at Memphis
Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King, III,
Bernice King, Dexter Scott King and Yolanda King,
Vs. Case No. 97242-4 T.D.
Loyd Jowers and Other Unknown Co-Conspirators,

King Family Press Conference on the Martin Luther King assassination conspiracy trial – see