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The source on Martin Luther King Jr's assassination came from an Associated Press report from Memphis April 9,1965. There were two further Associated Press reports from Memphis, one filed by Don McKee and the other by Gaylord Shaw on April 14,1965. The actual assassin was seen by New York Times Reporter Earl Caldwell, who was never questioned by any law enforcement or investigative agency.

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