Published on Jan 18, 2016 ~This year will mark the 48th-year anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination, and as the last judge presiding over alleged shooter, James Earl Ray's case, Judge Joe Brown still believes "he didn't kill him." In an interview with DJ Vlad, the honorable judge says he didn't believe Ray was the gunman despite pleading guilty. Brown said, Ray denied the murder but plead guilty because he felt it was in his best interest under the circumstances given. "He said, 'I never said I killed King, I didn't kill him. I'm pleading because of Alford.'"
Watch the full interview above.
And along came The Cochran Firm to keep Larry Neal's wrongful death case OUT of court, hackers to keep Larry's sister from publicizing his murder and the Neal family's denial of due process, a judge to claim falsely that the Neals could not sue The Cochran Firm in Georgia because there were no Cochran Firm offices in that state, another judge to tell the Neals that their case against thug lawyers was "immaterial," surveillance teams to follow and intimidate the Neals, helicopters circling our home to add drama and to emphasize who demanded our silence about Larry Neal's lynching, media companies that were enlisted to keep the murder of the mentally ill heart patient out of the press, police officers who were ordered to threaten me for complaining about these crimes, etc. Read "The Cochran Firm Fraud" for the full story -- except the parts that are omitted as insurance. If you thought "12 Years a Slave" was interesting, wait until you read about my 12-year justice quest for Larry and all mentally ill Americans.
It seemed substantially easier to terrorize the family of a handicapped Black man who was killed under secret arrest in Memphis than to risk offending officials who have records regarding Dr. King's assassination.
Mary Neal, MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com, 678.531.0262