Mae Brussell's World Watchers International
Bibliography Sheet for Tape #350/351 Sept. 1, 1978 Side 1
SUGGESTED LABEL FOR TAPE
House Select Committee, Rev.
M.L. King murder, James Earl
Ray testimony. 8/78
PATHOLOGIST COULD NOT DETERMINE DIRECTION OF FATAL HEAD SHOT United Press 8/16/78
Dr. Michael M. Baden
The X-rays, autopsy report, pictures and diagrams produce evidence "entirely consistent" with police findings that the shot came from a rooming house bathroom. . . .but he could not rule out the possibility it might also have come from one other spot, a bushy area alongside the rooming house."
FRAME-UP, The King/Ray Case
Harold WEISBERG, Frederick, Route 12, Maryland, 21701
Outerbridge and Dienstfrey, New York. 1969
- ON THE DIRECTION OF THE FATAL SHOT
- page 284.
- "Twenty feet below the bathroom window. . there is a vacant lot. . covered with bushes 12 to 15 feet high. Dr. King's chauffeur, Solomon Jones, told reporters a few minutes after the shooting that "just after the shot fired, a man with a sheet over his head ran out of the bushes heading south."
- "Cornbread" Carter, another witness, said he saw "the man" fire the shot from the bushes and then "take off."
- "From a concealed position in a firehouse. . police were watching the area of Dr. King's room. Both firemen and policemen. . heard the shot, and they all thought it came from the bushes, not from any window 20 feet above."
RANDOLPH IRVIN ROSEN, GEN. CLYDE J. WATTS, MAJ. GEN. EDWIN A. WALKER
James Earl Ray testimony:
- "Coming from Mexico to USA, via Tiajana, a card belonging to Mr. Randolph Irvin Rosen was in my car."
- "Upon request, THE LATE Clyde Wats, Oklahoma, investigated in 1964 and reported there after that Randolph Irvin Rosen was in fact Randolph Irvin Rosenson."
Volume XI, Hearings Before the President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, Pages 404 - 428
- Testimony of Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker and Gen. Clyde J. Watts
Volume XXVI, Hearings, pages 473 - 481
- William McEwan Duff, formerly employed by Gen. E. Walker, saw Ruby at Walker's house, fled to Oklahoma, employed by Clyde J. Watts.
James Earl Ray testified Mr. R. Rosen worked for the "FBI". How did Ray know about Attorney Clyde Watts? Why did he refer to "1964", long before the King murder? During 1964 Watts and Walker were cleaning up the Kennedy murder. They hated John and Robert Kennedy for their Civil Rights actions.