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Denial of an assassination.

Author: James Earl Ray
Publisher: Encyclopedia Americana/CBS News Audio Resource Library [1977]
Series: Vital history cassettes, Mar. '77, no. 2
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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In an interview with Dan Rather, James Earl Ray, convicted of the assassination of Martin Luther King, protests his innocence. He pled guilty, he says, because he felt he could not possibly win, hoping for a later reversal based on new evidence.
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Named Person: Martin Luther King, Jr.; James Earl Ray; Martin Luther King, Jr.; James Earl Ray
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: James Earl Ray
OCLC Number: 18536719
Notes: 13:42 min.
Distributed by Grolier Educational Corp., New York.
Event notes: Presented as aired on CBS News broadcast Who's Who of March 15, 1977.
Series Title: Vital history cassettes, Mar. '77, no. 2

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In an interview with Dan Rather, James Earl Ray, convicted of the assassination of Martin Luther King, protests his innocence. He pled guilty, he says, because he felt he could not possibly win, hoping for a later reversal based on new evidence.

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