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The True Adventures of a Psychic Spy

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« Reply #15 on: July 01, 2007, 08:41:37 am »

Fall guy James Earl Ray was sentenced to life in prison for the killing of famed civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.

Ray's lawyer, William Pepper, author of Orders to Kill, will be presenting new evidence in court: remote-viewing data by David Morehouse on the assassination of the '60s-era icon.

So who killed King?

Morehouse says: "...these were contract yobbos, low-level CIA operatives that did it. They were US Special Forces, a sniper team that came out of assassination school. They were always deployed in areas where riots were taking place or expected to take place. They had a hit list, a sequential hit list of people they were to take out. That was common stuff in the '60s.

"Every time there was a civil disturbance, these sniper teams were deployed and were given encrypted orders that told them who and what. They had a standing list of people to hit. They would receive information that would say, 'Do it,' or 'Don't do it.' And if they did it, they had an egress route out of the area; or a 'potted plant'-people that would pick them up.

"The soldiers that were given charge to do this perceived individuals like Martin Luther King-and others that provoked rioting and unrest on college campuses against the American Government-as enemies of the State."

So what can attorney William Pepper do with Morehouse's remote-viewing report?

"He's going to take it to court as evidence and use it," says Morehouse. "His argument is that the US Government has used this as an intelligence collection tool for 20 years. It's going to be admitted as evidence, verifying the information-gathering methodology. He will say, 'Look, a military remote viewer has brought this information back and it was collected using military technology.' Pepper called and said thanks for all the great work."

Morehouse admits, however, that "what he's [Pepper's] trying to do is fight an uphill battle".
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