Wednesday March 20 2019..Author and Historian Bobby Beverly is making claims that Jesse Jackson may have known about the set up of Dr. Kings Assasination on the Loraine hotel balcony in 1968

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On today’s episode of the 20 Minute Morning Show author and historian Bobby Beverly is making claims that Jesse Jackson had something to do with the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. He gives names and circumstances under which Dr. King jr was set up to be murdered on the balcony of the Lorraine hotel in 1968. Mr. Beverly claims that the way Doctor King died and has been told to the American public is false. Was Dr. King still alive when he was shot on the balcony of the Lorraine hotel and did they kill him at the hospital? Hear for yourself..

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