Pristine Original 1968 James Earl Ray Fbi Wanted Poster Martin Luther King Jr For Sale<div style="text-align:center"><img border="0"><br><table style="text-decoration:none" target="_blank"><img height="23px" valign="middle" align="center"><font face="arial" size="2"><b><a &lt;img Original FBI James Earl Ray Wanted Poster 1968 Dr. Martin Luther King Pristine
This Item was consignedto supportHumanity In Need100% of the Net Proceedswill provide custom meals to people in need Original FBI James Earl Ray Wanted Poster 1968 On Offical FBI Watermarked Paper Original FBI Wanted Poster for James Earl Ray for the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., issued April 19, 1968, charging Ray with "Civil Rights - Conspiracy" and "Interstate Flight - Robbery," with facsimile signature for J. Edgar Hoover. Aliases listed for Ray include Eric Starvo Galt and Harvey Lowmyer. Ray allegedly gunned down Dr. King in Memphis on April 4, 1968, then fled to Canada. On April 17, Attorney General Ramsey Clark announced that the FBI was seeking one "Eric Galt" for the murder. When fingerprints were compared with FBI records, J. Edgar Hoover announced that Galt and Ray were the same person. Inpristine condition Crisp with Minor Yellowing Please Feel Free to Call Humanity in Need
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