Civil Rights Martyr: Martin Luther King Jr

April 4, 1968 the Lorraine Hotel Memphis Tennessee, USA

US “Government Agencies” Found Guilty in Martin Luther King’s …

Jan 16, 2017 – Our thoughts are with MLK Jr. Martin Luther King Day, January 16, 2017. … From the King Center on the family’s civil trial that found the US government guilty in Martin’s assassination: … responsibility such as you have.

 

Civil rights ldr. Andrew Young (L) and others standing on balcony of Lorraine motel pointing in direction of assailant after assassination of civil rights ldr. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who is lying at their feet.

‘Heaven was the word for Canada,’ Martin Luther King said. Yet a year …

news.nationalpost.com/…/canada/heaven-was-the-word-for-canada-martin-luther-king…

Aug 29, 2014 – But try as they might, nearly 50 years after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., the Canadian passport has not lost its cachet with the …

Martin Luther King assassinated by US Govt: King Family civil trial …

Jan 12, 2015 – Dr. Martin Luther King’s family and personal friend/attorney, William F. Pepper, won a civil trial that found US government agencies guilty of …

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Martin Luther King’s assassin hid in Toronto for months to … – CBC

Canada was a convenient stopping point for James Earl Ray, who hid out here for weeks while … Justice for Martin Luther King: The Hunt for James Earl Ray.

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Columbia Pictures tried to halt 50-year-old film about an interracial couple, actress Katharine Houghton recalls.
 Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner was ‘kind of a thunderbolt’ | Toronto Star
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner was ‘kind of a thunderbolt’ | Toronto Star
APRIL 4, 2017 in the Appeals Court today
Appeals Court: Civil Rights Act protects gay workers
Appeals Court: Civil Rights Act protects gay workers
Civil Rights Act protects gay and lesbian employees from workplace bias, court rules
Civil Rights Act protects gay and lesbian employees from workplace bias, court rules
Federal Appeals Court Issues Landmark Ruling: 1964 Civil Rights Act Protects LGBT Employees from Discrimination – Towleroad
Federal Appeals Court Issues Landmark Ruling: 1964 Civil Rights Act Protects LGBT Employees from Discrimination - Towleroad

ElvisWorld: Memphis Police

Police: Militarization and Legalizese

Black Live Matter vs Pride vs Police: Vancouver Edition

Black Lives Matter say they feel betrayed by Vancouver police and Pride | Daily Xtra
Black Lives Matter say they feel betrayed by Vancouver police and Pride | Daily Xtra
Dear Looking for an Excuse to Bigot

Pride Parades are big business across the city, from tourism to business along the route

http://www.dailyxtra.com/toronto/news-and-ideas/news/toronto-city-councillors-threatening-cut-pride-funding-excluding-police-floats-217808

Toronto city councillors threatening to cut Pride funding for excluding police floats | Daily Xtra
Toronto city councillors threatening to cut Pride funding for excluding police floats | Daily Xtra
Trump has also said: “There may be somebody with tomatoes in the audience. So if you see somebody getting ready to throw a tomato, knock the crap out of them, would you? Seriously. Okay? Just knock the hell—  I promise you, I will pay for the legal fees. I promise, I promise. It won’t be so much ’cause the courts agree with us too.”
http://www.mediaite.com/online/trump-tells-crowd-to-knock-the-crap-out-of-protesters-offers-to-pay-legal-fees/

and that he was looking into the possibility of paying legal fees for a man who punched a protester at one of his rallies. John McGraw, was caught on video sucker-punching a protester who was being led out of an arena in Fayetteville, North Carolina. When questioned on NBC’s Meet the Press Trump said he has ‘instructed his people to look into’ footing McGraw’s legal bills
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/video/2016/mar/14/donald-trump-legal-fees-protester-punched-video

“A federal judge in Kentucky is allowing a lawsuit by three protesters assaulted at a Donald Trump campaign rally last March to move forward, agreeing with the plaintiffs that Trump’s call from the podium for his supporters to “get ’em out of here” incited rally-goers to physically attack them.

The three protesters have sued Trump for incitement, vicarious liability, negligence, gross negligence, and recklessness.

The opinion, from U.S. District Judge David J. Hale of the Western District of Kentucky, denied most of Trump’s motion to dismiss the charges, saying that his angry demand for the removal of the protesters was “particularly reckless.”

He cites testimony from one of the assailants—a known member of a white nationalist group—saying he began shoving the young African American woman protester after hearing Trump’s call to “get them out.”

Judge: Trump Incited Violence Against Protesters At Kentucky Rally
Judge: Trump Incited Violence Against Protesters At Kentucky Rally
Judge Orders Removal of Gas Pipeline from Native American Property
Judge Orders Removal of Gas Pipeline from Native American Property
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