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Ray Case / Attorneys / Huie #477

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 11, 1968
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(Studio) Attorney Percy Foreman to defense James Earl Ray. His latest triumph was acquittal of accused Florida murderess, Candace Nossler.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Memphis, Tennessee) Preparations underway for Tuesday trial. [Sheriff Shelby Cnty. William MORRIS - announces Ray's intentions to do away with services of attorney, Arthur Hanes, Senior and son and obtaining new attorney and Tennessee attorney] Foreman to ask for trial delay; meets with Ray. Hanes says won't release records until back fees paid. [HANES - was ready to go to trial Tuesday Never want reluctant client.] Judge Preston Battle probably to grant delay.
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel

(Studio) Author, William Bradford Huie, writes series of articles about Ray. Huie says Ray says he became involved in plot to kill Dr. Martin Luther King 8 mos. before shooting. Huie says idea was to cause racial conflict in US.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

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Jarriel, Tom;
Reynolds, Frank

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