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The FBI Slammed For Their Tweets About The Late Civil Rights Hero Martin Luther King Because They Killed Him

April 8. 2017

FBI tweet on Twitter.com was terribly received by the public because they murdered Martin Luther King in 1968

This week, to commemorate the passing of the late civil rights hero, Martin Luther King Jr, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) posted tweets on the social networking site Twitter.com in remembrance of his death. However, the FBI's tweets were met with extreme disgust, contempt and derision from the public, because the racist agency brutally had King killed in 1968.

As stated on the site previously, former FBI agents have stated the agency's former cross dressing director, J. Edgar Hoover, had Martin Luther King killed. Hoover was a evil madman who ran the agency for an excessively long period of time, from 1935 to 1972, prompting the U.S. Congress to later place a 10-year limit on the post of FBI Director. Hoover's time as FBI director was full of corruption, criminal invasion of privacy, blackmail and murder. The FBI commits more crimes than the criminals.

Hoover was perversely and insanely obsessed with King. The whole thing was sick. Hoover had agents illegally wiretap King, placed recording equipment under his hotel room beds hoping to catch him cheating on his wife, sent documents to the civil rights hero's wife Coretta Scott King, stating her husband was cheating on her, repeatedly had him arrested for peaceful protests and offered some of his friends money to viciously abuse and betray him. The FBI continues to fight to hide the full file on Martin Luther King Jr, in criminal violation of the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) as it reveals the agency committed heinous human rights abuses against him and others.

The FBI released a heavily redacted version of the nasty suicide letter demonic J. Edgar Hoover sent to Martin Luther King Jr. Deranged, delusional, hypocritical crackpot Hoover called King "an evil, abnormal beast" while planning the civil right's leaders murder and then having him brutally killed because he, Hoover, was "an evil, abnormal beast."  

Hoover even went so far as to devilishly send King a letter demanding he commit suicide. What kind of trash and human scum sends someone a letter like that. Hoover was the devil incarnate for having a preacher killed (and that's who the unrepentant, fiery Hoover is with now in death).

The criminal misconduct committed by the appalling FBI was done under the program COINTELPRO. After King's murder and that of other civil rights leaders on the orders of the FBI, the corrupt federal agency told the world they dismantled COINTELPRO. However, they did not dismantle COINTELPRO. They simply gave it a new name and it is still in effect today. The FBI has not changed one bit. In fact, they've gotten exponentially worse. More on that shortly.


On The Anniversary of Martin Luther King’s Assassination, the FBI Gets A History Lesson

Apr 05, 2017 - Yesterday was the anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., a day that should have been marked with sober reflection, calls for peace from government leaders, and well-meaning think pieces about Colin Kaepernick. Instead, a different kind of history lesson unfolded on Twitter, after the FBI tweeted, “Today, on the anniversary of his assassination, the FBI honors the life, work, & commitment of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to justice.” The tweet accompanied a photo of Dr. King with his famous quote “We shall overcome because the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice."

People were not having it. Click through to the tweet itself to read all the extraordinary comments, which included links to multiple sources that painted a true and stark portrait of the terrible harassment King experienced at the hands of the FBI...Alternet tweeted a story with a good summation of the terrible harassment King suffered at the hands of the FBI:

What the FBI did not mention in its tweet is that King, who was arrested 30 times in his life, was the primary target of COINTELPRO — the FBI’s counterintelligence program that spied on threatened and even assassinated revolutionary leaders in the Black liberation socialism anti-imperialist movements. The FBI relentlessly harassed and threatened King. It listened to his phone calls. It spied on his romantic affairs. It taunted him and repeatedly called his house.

After he gave his famous I have a dream speech in 1963, the FBI dubbed King “the most dangerous and effective Negro leader in the country.” FBI department heads held a meeting to discuss “a complete analysis of the avenues of approach aimed at neutralizing King as an effective Negro leader.” Those avenues of approach got pretty ugly.

The FBI’s tweet was a misstep; you simply cannot wave away a complex history in a few characters and expect people not to notice. There is no ready mechanism for reconciliation between the law enforcement and intelligence communities and the people who rightly look upon them with fear, anger, and suspicion, and it’s hard to imagine what form of institutional transformation or truth-telling would have to happen for the FBI to be able to express admiration for Dr. King in a believable way. Sometimes it’s fine to sit things out, at least until things get sorted...



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