WEXLER is an investigative
researcher whose work on Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination
has been repeatedly featured by MacArthur Genius award-winning
investigative reporter Jerry Mitchell in the Mississippi
Clarion-Ledger. Wexler’s work on the King assassination
has also been featured in the Boston Globe and on NBC News.
Wexler’s work on forensics and historical crimes helped
win him a national award from the American Statistical
Association in 2008. He lives in New Jersey.
HANCOCK has long been considered one of the top investigative researchers in the areas of intelligence and national security. He has appeared as a guest speaker at numerous research conferences and in interviews for the Mary Ferrell Foundation. Hancock’s books have received endorsements and praise from former House Select Committee of Investigations staff members and the former Joint Historian for the State Department and Central Intelligence Agency. He lives in Oklahoma. more » « less
Larry is a graduate of the University of New Mexico with a BA in Education and majors in Anthropology, Sociology and Education. Following service in the United States Air Force, he worked in the telecommunications and computer communications fields for some 35 years - with Continental Telecom., Hayes Microcomputer and Zoom Technologies. During his career he
held the positions of Technical Trainer, Technical and Engineering Training Manager, Marketing Manager and Marketing Director. He become involved with Kennedy assassination research in the early 1990’s, and has focused on intelligence and national security aspects of the conspiracy. He has published a variety of document collections and analysis on CD with JFK Lancer, contributed articles and essays to JFK Lancer, DPUK and the Mary Ferrell Foundation. His first book, with Connie Kritzberg (former Dallas reporter) was November
Patriots, a docufiction piece on the Kennedy Assassination. His second book, Someone
Would Have Talked, (now in its third edition) is a factual study of the Kennedy conspiracy and cover-up. He followed it with a third book, published in 2011 - NEXUS
: The CIA and Political Assassination. Hancock has also done research on the RFK assassination, publishing a lengthy series of essays, Incomplete
Justice, on the Mary Ferrell website and, along with Stuart Wexler, has spent some five years researching the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.. Visit Hancock's Amazon Page - Hancock's Blog & Book Links - Hancock on the Mary Ferrell Website Clips - RFK Study
detailed chronology of over nine serious plots on Dr. King’s
life, including documented connections between the individuals
organizing the attacks.
• Newly revealed connections between
the White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan of Mississippi and
contract killers from the Dixie Mafia, including evidence
showing the use of these criminals in a series of plots against
• New interviews with an informant who provides additional
detail on a $100,000 bounty on Dr. King’s life, offered by
the White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, whose members were reported
as suspects to both the FBI and Congress.
• Evidence that money was raised in Atlanta,
Georgia to pay for attacks on Dr. King and new information
tracing the money through Jackson, Mississippi, home of the
• Informant reports implicating specific individuals involved
in the actual April 4, 1968, King Memphis murder conspiracy.
• Details of connections between James Earl Ray, and members
of the extremist network, including new information connecting
Sam Bowers and the White Knights to the purchase of James
Earl Ray’s rifle.
• Evidence that bounty offers on King’s life, linked to Southern
businessmen and racists, were known to James Earl Ray prior
to his prison escape.
• For the first time, the likely identity of “J.C. Hardin”
the mysterious figure who visited and called James Earl Ray
only days before Ray began to stalk.