Posted February 10, 2014
by Jerry Alatalo
“Assassination is the extreme form of censorship.”
– George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)
For those who have interest in the stories of men or women who have experienced intimate contact with important events through history, the life story of William Pepper is one which rises to near the top of the list. Mr. Pepper’s time spent in Vietnam as an independent journalist, his close association with Martin Luther King (MLK), and his eventual involvement in the most consequential assassinations in American history are nothing less than fascinating.
The reason for writing about Mr. Pepper’s experiences is to let it be known that the official stories surrounding the deaths of MLK and Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) are lies. Both of these men were, at the time of their assassinations, on the verge of leading the American people in new directions that threatened the power of forces…
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