William Pepper Keynote - opening night of COPA RFK conference

Via: Hot Potato Mash blog

Monday, June 09, 2008

VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Dr. William Pepper on James Earl Ray's Innocence, Sirhan Sirhan's Innocence, 9/11 Truth and Prosecuting War Crimes

Dr. William F. Pepper is an internationally acclaimed lawyer who defended James Earl Ray in a 1999 civil trial (supported by Martin Luther King's family) where the jury found Ray not responsible for the MLK assassination. Now Pepper is defending Sirhan Sirhan for the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, a case he says is “an easier one than the assassination of Martin King and the innocence of James Earl Ray”.

Last Thursday Pepper spoke about all of his projects, including 9/11 truth and prosecuting the Bush administration for war crimes, to a packed celebrity filled house in Los Angeles. Among those in attendance were Ed Asner, Gina Belafonte, Judd Nelson and 9/11 author Professor David Ray Griffin. Videos of his talk follow below...

Part 1 (6:21) - Introduction

In Part 1 Pepper talks about his background, childhood and motivation. He also speaks about the time he spent in Cuba playing baseball where he got to know Fidel Castro. According to Pepper, Castro foresaw much of what is happening in the United States today:

“When, in that massive country to the north, the masses of the people ever understand what it is that their ruling class has done to them and is doing to them, there will be such a torrent of opposition. They will rise like never before and then there will be the world’s greatest social revolution, the American second revolution.”

The video concludes with Pepper explaining how he came to work for Robert F. Kennedy and Martin King:


House Democrats Want Bush

House Democrats Want Bush Administration Investigated for War Crimes

House Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Michael Mukasey Friday requesting that he appoint a special prosecutor to investigate whether White House officials, including President Bush, violated the War Crimes Act when they allowed interrogators to use brutal interrogation methods against detainees suspected of ties to terrorist organizations.

The letter http://www.pubrecord.org/docs/mukasey_letter_060708.pdf, signed by 56 Congressional lawmakers, including House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers, who is leading an investigation into the administration’s interrogation practices, says the International Committee of the Red Cross conducted an independent investigation of interrogation practices at Guantanamo Bay and “documented several instances of acts of torture against detainees, including soaking a prisoner’s hand in alcohol and lighting it on fire, subjecting a prisoner to sexual abuse and forcing a prisoner to eat a baseball.”

credit to George Washington's Blog

William Pepper - Additional Media

Thursday, May 29 2008
Alex Jones speaks with Dr William Pepper about his monumental work unearthing the true story of the murder of Martin Luther King as well as his present work representing RFK patsy Sirhan Sirhan

Friday May 13, 2008
Kevin Barrett, host of WTPRN's 9/11 and Empire speaks with William Pepper, author of "An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King".

Friday April 12, 2008
Host of Air America's Clout, Richard Greene, bravely hosts the author of An Act of State, William Pepper, who represented James Earl Ray on behalf of the Martin Luther King family and is now representing RFK patsy Sirhan Sirhan.



In part five...(which should have its own posting) William Pepper reveals that he is currently representing the Jersey Girls in a civil law suit against 9/11 financiers!!!!!!! He has had teams of investigators researching and traveling across the globe for the last six months in order to obtain the necassary witnesses and evidence.

This is truly historic!

Radical Pragmatist

I just sent...

Them every piece of information I have on Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh.

Do these people deserve to know how and why their loved ones were murdered? Do we deserve to know how and why 9/11 happened?

Audio clp of that portion

Off Topic, But...

Kucinich is NOW introducing 35 article of impeachment against the pResident.


For Real NOW! On C-span




Edit: HOLY SH*T!!!

Do these people deserve to know how and why their loved ones were murdered? Do we deserve to know how and why 9/11 happened?

Given the disagreements

reported to have occurred between different factions at the recent Bilderberg conference... to what degree do congressional actions possibly reflect the actions of such differences of opinion within the global elites?......

Various of those noted above should certainly have occurred long long ago.... Why now?

I know there are various explanations but was just wondering....

"There are none so hoplessly enslaved as those who falsely believe they are free." (Goethe)

Huge development with Pepper

Huge development with Pepper fully on board for 9/11 truth, finally someone to steer the legal efforts where they should be. This needs all available support, just wish big sponsors like Jimmy Walter (had he not given up) or similar could get behind it.