The JFK Files released by the Trump administration last week have revealed many bizarre theories, from Russian knowledge that an assassination attempt on JFK would always play out badly for them to a bizarre phone call to an English newspaper 30 minutes before the fatal shooting warning them something big is going to go down in Dallas.
A newly released document, dated 12 March 1968, some five years after the JFK assassination, was prepared by the FBI to give an insight to Martin Luther King’s goals, objectives, tactics and his reasoning behind it.
It is of course well known in hindsight that the FBI used sex smear tactics to turn the general public against Mr. King, and we believe this next report has to be viewed in this manner as well.
In the FBI introduction, it states: “The course King chooses to follow at this critical time could have a momentous impact on the future of race relations in the United States.”
A section of the report shows the thinking of the 1960’s clearly when it goes on to state about Mr. Kling’s personal conduct that:
“One Negro minister in attendance later expressed his disgust with the behind-the-scene drinking, fornication, and homosexuality that went on at the conference. Several Negro and white prostitutes were brought in from the Miami area. An all night-sex orgy was held with these prostitutes and some of the delegates in attendance.”
The damning report which seems to have made its way into the JFK files continues to describe a large table at the event was filled with whiskey, and “two Negro prostitutes were paid $50.00 to put on a sex show for the entertainment of guests.”
The document goes on to mention that Mr. King already was witnessed having a two-day drunken sex orgy in Washington DC in January 1964, at the same time he met with President Lyndon Johnson to discuss what would become the Civil Rights Act.