This investigation presents compelling evidence that James Earl Ray did not act alone in assassinating Martin Luther King, Jr. The story contains an interview with Lloyd Jowers, the proprietor of a restaurant below the rooming house where Ray stayed on April 4, 1968, and where the government maintains he fired the shot that killed King. According to Jowers, a now-deceased Memphis businessman, Frank Liberto, asked Jowers to hire someone to kill King. Jowers says he found a killer, who fired from the bushes across the street from the Lorraine Hotel. Dexter King, MLK's son, says that he does not think Ray killed his father.