Gary Revel helped to
conduct the first interview with James Earl Ray for the HSCA along with attorneys
Jack Kershaw and Mary Noel-Kershaw. The HSCA found a probable
Conspiracy in the death of Martin Luther King, and later a civil
trial brought by the King family would find a guilty verdict for
Conspiracy as well. This time the evidence was framed in a fair judicial
proceeding; it was not as easily manipulated as it is in major media
programs and had been in the guilty plea hearing of James Earl Ray.
"They Slew the
Dreamer" is an album that sounds as if it could be found among
the tapes residing on the shelves of Sun Records. The title track
was written by Revel and Mary Noel, and mourns the murder of MLK
along with the damage it has caused our nation. King dared to dream
of an America where the promise of equality would become a reality.
Photo: Attorney Jack McNeil and Gary Revel on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel-National Civil Rights Museum where Martin Luther King Jr. was on April 4,1968 when he was shot and killed.
He was slain for sharing his dream with the oppressed and those
living under Jim Crow oppression that had been ignored. The dream
was met with truncheons, fire hoses, and in this case, bullets.
In the decades that
followed, America has lived not in a dream, but in a stupor. Many
feel that their history has been seized and sanitized, but they are
not certain how this came about. Revel has used his creative talents
to express the what, why and how from the discovery of his
investigative efforts. The music found herein plays like a balm for
a nation badly in need of healing, and badly in need of an awakening
of her soul. Until we answer who killed MLK, JFK, and RFK, the wound
will fester unclean until the infection spreads so deeply we cannot
reverse the effects.
Revel is a man of hope,
and it shows in his music. As his album celebrates its 40th
anniversary we can join in that celebration by listening; awakening
the hopes of the American Dream. The tracks range from the abjectly
serious, balanced by some light country fun. Playing the record
celebrates what the Rev. Martin Luther King stood for in the 1960s,
still stands for today and what he died for. It celebrates hope, and
the power music has of stirring us to strive for the best we can be,
knowing the peace that comes to our hearts and minds by doing so. It further
speaks to the moral obligation citizens have to care and remain
diligent. Play it, and dare to dream. Play it, and remember the
love and courage of Rev. King. Play it and warm to the power faith, even
the size of a mustard seed, has in healing apathy. We need to remind
ourselves of the vision left by our fallen leaders, and take a long,
hard look into the Promised Land.
Bob WilsonThe lies and deceit in this phone conversation between 2 supposedly 'honorable men' are overwhelming. President Lyndon B. Johnson and FBI Director-J. Edgar Hoover conspire to keep the world in the dark as they have an ego pumping session shortly after JFK's killing. CLICK HERE to hear the entire, disturbing, and incredible private conversation. If the link doesn't work you can copy and paste this URL into your Web Browser address box. http://garyrevel.com/jfk/lbjjedgarhooverconspires.html
Gary Revel found links to those responsible for the assassinations of JFK, MLK, RFK, John Lennon and the attempted killing of President Ronald Reagan.
A VERY INTERESTING PHONE CONVERSATION
The lies and deceit in this phone conversation between 2 supposedly 'honorable men' are overwhelming. President Lyndon B. Johnson and FBI Director-J. Edgar Hoover conspire to keep the world in the dark as they have an ego pumping session shortly after JFK's killing.
To hear the entire, disturbing, and incredible private conversation. If the link doesn't work you can copy and paste this URL into your Web Browser address box. http://garyrevel.com/jfk/lbjjedgarhooverconspires.html
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