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They Slew a dreamerJim's Grill, Lloyd Jowers, Martin Luther Kings, conspirators, assassination, Memphis Police Department, Central Intelligence Agency, federal agents, conspiracy

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Millennium starts to end, the truth starts to come out

A Memphis bar owner (Jim's Grill) Lloyd Jowers, said pn ABC Prime time live that he hired Kings Killer and it wasn't Ray(36 ).

Martin Luther Kings Family filed a civil suit on October 2 1998 the suit accuses Lloyd Jowers and unknown co-conspirators of being involved in Kings Murder(37).

During the trial the jury heard a tape recording of a confession Jowers made in the fall of 1998 when he met with Kings son Dexter and Andrew Young. The confession stated that the planning of the assassination happened at "Jim's Grill". The planners included undercover Memphis Police Department officer Marrell McCollough (who now works for the Central Intelligence Agency), Memphis Police Department Lieutenant Earl Clark (who died in 1987), a third police officer, and two men Jowers did not know but believed were federal agents(38 ).

Coretta Scott King took the stand during the trial, the trial was brought in the hopes of getting more information. MS King also said "If we know the truth, we can be free and go on with our lives,". She also said Ray "might have had some involvement" but "was not the person we felt that really, actually killed him.". Jowers said he paid the killer $100,000 for the assassination(39).

The Jury found that Martin Luther King was assassinated by a conspiracy involving Loyd Jowers and "others, including governmental agencies." (40 ).

If you look closely you can see a vision of Kings dream, of sorts. Six black jurors and six white jurors took three hours to find against Loyd Jowers who was the owner of Jim's Grill, and rule in favor of the truth(41).

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Jim's Grill, Lloyd Jowers, Martin Luther Kings, conspirators, assassination, Memphis Police Department, Central Intelligence Agency, federal agents, conspiracy