He is considered one of the great orators of modern times, and his speeches still inspire many to this day. It was at this march where Martin gave his "I Have a Dream" speech.
He was so smart that he skipped two grades in high school. In the end, however, Martin prevailed and segregation on the Montgomery buses came to an end.
A cold chill went through all who were present fore in the back of their minds there was no doubt that their King had just been shot.
Just what exactly happened on April 4th, 1968 at PM? The events surrounding Martin Luther King's death remain controversial to this day, after more than 30 years after the fact.
Afterwards, Ray fled to Canada where he changed his identify and created a fake passport which would later be used to flee to Brussels, Belgium from a Scottish airport.
However, Ray was caught at Heathrow Airport on June 8, 1968 and was deported back to America.
The accepted story is a man named James Earl Ray was the assassin however, there are many contradictions to that conclusion.
One must come to realize the accepted story is wrong, a cover up has deceived the public for over 30 years, James Earl Ray did not kill Martin Luther King; Martin Luther King was assassinated by a government conspiracy.
resulted in the immediate outburst of riots, Robert Kennedy eulogizing King, the high attendance of King’s funeral service, and the implementation of the Fair Housing Act; the prosecution of James Earl Ray; and in the longer term, the creation of Martin Luther King National Holiday as well as the desire to reopen the case of James Earl Ray in 1997.
In the immediate proceedings of Martin Luther King assassination...