Attorney Ben Crump says this witness substantiates the theory that law enforcement was involved in the civil rights leader’s killing.
The family plans to sue agencies including the CIA, FBI and the New York Police Department for $100 million, accusing them of playing a role in the civil rights leader's death.
“Muhammad Aziz, Khalil Islam, and their families suffered because of these unjust convictions for more than 50 years."
Her death comes days after two of the three men convicted in killing her father in 1965 were exonerated.
A Manhattan judge exonerated two men convicted of killing the revolutionary leader after decades of doubt about who was responsible for his 1965 death.
The decision follows a 22-month investigation into errors in the 1965 case.
A cousin of Ray Wood, a former undercover police officer, shared a confession letter in which Wood said that the agencies facilitated the assassination.
Black protest is, and always has been, a target of government policing. With Dr. King, it was no different.