A King-Sized Conspiracy

Thirty years after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the public is being led to believe that the case is definitely closed. James Earl Ray, the alleged killer died at age 70 last year of liver and kidney failure while imprisoned for the crime. A new book by Gerald Posner, Killing The Dream, […]

Judge Brown Slams Memphis Over the King Case

The following is a transcription of Judge Joe Brown’s remarks made on the 30th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King on April 3, 1998 at the Centenary Methodist Church in Memphis. The remarks were transcribed by author Dick Russell who will be writing an article for High Times this fall on this conference. […]

Spook Wars in Cyberspace

Is the FBI Railroading Charles Hayes? Why does the international dope trade just keep flourishing, even while major traffickers and their government protectors keep getting exposed and imprisoned? Well, it could just possibly be that the ones going to jail aren’t using the right computer software. Here’s another murky peek into the legendary PROMIS conspiracy.This […]

Non-Lethal Weapons

The year is 1997. A group of terrorists is holding hostages inside an American Embassy in Central America, and the President is receiving a Pentagon briefing on various options. What about hauling out the isotropic radiator? Fired from a conventional weapon, an explosive burst superheats a surrounding gaseous plasma and inspires a laserbright flash. For […]

Little Havana’s Reign of Terror

With more than 100 bombings in the last 18 months and an average of an assassination a week since last April, Miami’s 450,000 Cuban-émigré community is in the throes of civil war The crowds begin to gather at twilight in Miami’s Little Havana. They gather by the fruit and vegetable stands, and in the sidewalk […]