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Aug 30, 2010

US Army Soldier "I Was Asked To Assassinate Martin Luther King" : Deathbed Confession

US Army Soldier Deathbed Confession"I Was Asked To Assassinate Martin Luther King"

In exclusive interview with skyshipsovercashiers.com US Army veteran admitted that he was asked to assassinate Martin Luther King.

According to Paul Epley who had worked in army as Army Master Sergeant,First Sergeant ,Company Commander and work for Government. In 1967, long after Paul was discharged from the U.S. Army, he was called to a meeting at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia.Were he was asked assassinate Martin Luther King.

When Paul Epley finally talked publically about some of his secret military activities, back in 90's his story ended up in a small North Carolina newspaper. Guess what? Two weeks later, two FBI men showed up where he was working and said, “If you don’t keep your mouth shut, we’ll shut it.”

But today Paul no longer cares if they kill him. He’s 80 years old, fighting cancer and wants to get three things off his conscience one of it is Martin Luther King assignation assignment which he had refused.

Second thing which he like to off his conscience he was used as a military assassin by US military.

This part of Paul’s story has haunted him since the Korean War ended in 1953. Since then, he has nightly nightmares, suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and must take medication to help calm his nerves.

A simple 18-year-old country boy from North Carolina wasn’t prepared for what he got into when he joined the U.S. Army. During basic training, he severely broke his ankle and was going to be discharged. Paul, however, wanted to be a soldier and pleaded to remain in the service. The military agreed to let him stay and do only light duties - with one condition. He had to do anything he was asked without question.

Time and time again, he carried out assassination orders. Typically, he was told a “prisoner of war” was escaping and to shoot him dead, roll him in a trench and then toss in a grenade so it would look like a combat death.

Within a two or three week period, he also was taught to fly a plane – but not how to land it. His mission was to crash a plane into a desolate island and bail out before impact. When he went to the back of the plane to jump, he saw bound Koreans in the cargo section including two women. Yes, Paul says, the crash was to make their deaths look accidental.



We thing his work history give us a good clue, why he was asked to assassinate Sir Martin Luther King.

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