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Resource ID: #10011
Subject: Military
Source: Commercial Appeal (Memphis, Tenn.)
Date: 1994-03-21



Commercial Appeal (Memphis, Tenn.) reveals that the intelligence branch of the U.S. Army spied on the family of Dr. Martin Luther King for three generations; the branch began spying on black Americans 75 years ago, mostly ministers; establishes that Army agents were in Memphis the day King was killed, March 21, 1993.

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