Researcher Fingers Jesse Jackson as Police-CIA Liaison in King Assassination

Posted: August 30, 2016 in Hidden history
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BREAKING NEWS Ole Dammegard: Probable cause evidence shows Jesse Jackson was key police/CIA operative responsible for April 4, 1968 Martin Luther King assassination.

According to NewsInsideOut, author and researcher Ole Dammegard, recipient of the 2016 Prague Peace Prize, has documented probable-cause evidence showing that Jesse Jackson (AKA Jesse Louis Burns) acted as a key police-CIA operative in the covert operation which resulted in the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Memphis, TN on April 4, 1968.

Jesse Jackson was one of an integrated covert assassination team that also included US Army sharpshooters, CIA, FBI, and Memphis police that assassinated Dr. King on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel.

Dammegard maintains that Jesse Jackson acted as a messenger between the head of the Dixie Mafia (the FBI-CIA’s contractor for the King assassination), and the Lorraine Motel in changing Dr. King’s Ground floor room 206 to 2nd floor balcony room #306 so that US Army sharpshooters and other cabal shooters would have a clear shot to Dr. King. Jackson took the covert phone call from the Dixie Mafia chief’s wife, who directed him to ask the Lorraine Motel to change Dr. King’s Room to Room 306.

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Comments
  1. sojourner says:

    This does not surprise me one bit. Jesse Jackson: a bible thumping/political-oriented hypocrite, and now a Judas-style assassin.

    I wonder, as well, what old “house negro” Al Sharpton was up to around that time?

    Every day I become just a little more sickened by this government/country.

  2. sojourner says:

    Reblogged this on An Outsider's Sojourn II and commented:
    Before we start hating and killing those we consider to be our ancient enemies, maybe we should look first for the Judas types we have in our own backyard!

    “Whitey” ain’t blacks only problem!

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