When the FBI sent a letter to Martin Luther King persuading him to kill himself.

Why did the FBI think something like this would work?

On November 21, 1964, a package containing a letter and alleged recordings suggesting that MLK had harassed women, were delivered to his wife, Coretta Scott King. The letter had been written anonymously, had a petty, moralistic tone, was full of personal insults, and…

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Im a Chef, Krav Maga practitioner/enthusiast and a Writer. I know, weird combination. Not a native english speaker and writer, so feel free to correct me.

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