Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King

Ahmed Al-Salem
Section 7-3
1/23/2002

Martin Luther King

The sun was hot on April 4, 1968 in Memphis Tennessee. A man named James Earl Ray was in his car. He had reached the Lorraine Motel, there was an enormous crowd standing around the motel. They were mostly black, his hatred flared up. He despised those crazed black people. He got out of his car and stroll across the street, where he rented a room at the Bessie Brewer?s Rooming House. When he opened his bag and took out his Remington Gamester Model 760 .30-06 caliber rifle with a scope, he went into the bathroom and looked out the window at the Lorraine Motel where King was staying while mediating a sanitation workers strike. He loaded his Remington Gamester Model 760 .30-06 caliber rifle, he observed with his binoculars Martin Luther King. He was begun read his speech. He put the binoculars down and put his right eye on the scope, he closed his left eye. He targeted Martin Luther King; he put his hand on the trigger, pulled his fingers and the bullet blasted out of the Remin!
gton Gamester Model 760 .30-06 caliber rifle. It went racing, searching for blood, it

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