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In A Retrospective on 40 Years: John MacArthur with Rick Holland, John Macarthur of Grace Community Church is quoted as follows:

"So they took me. And in those days the police weren’t nearly as protective, forensics hadn’t developed to what they had and they didn’t necessarily protect crime scenes. So we went to the motel, up to the landing, saw the blood where Martin Luther King had been shot just hours before by James Earl Ray. I actually went to the little building opposite the motel, went up on the second floor, stood up on the toilet and looked out the window where James Earl Ray had shot him. And I was there at that very, very, very crucial time
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This strange interview by John MacArthur adds many new questions to his strange beginnings. Like what are the things he can't say? What was he doing in the middle of the American Black Civil Rights activism? ....with close friendships with Charles Ever brother of Medgar Evers:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medgar_Evers

Charles Evers

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Evers

Why all the secrecy? Who was funding him? Why the interest in these Activsts? Why go to a dangerous crime scene? Why tells stories that make no sense? Why did he really get arrested? Is he lying or deceiving or both?

And there are other names in early connections that if one was to look into it, would raise more questions. Is he just a name dropper and a naive evangelist like he makes out or is there real political significance to what he said in this interview?

I know there is plenty of hard evidence out there to prove that MacArthur is an imposter. This interview as well as his Freemasonic/Family connections with the MacArthur clan and the fact that he gets his youth to celebrate a Druidic Festival and as well, his obsession with the Oaks...sets him apart with a past and present that is full of dichotomies and irregular (not Christian) alliances.

The Bible says, "no one can serve two masters". This means even those who have risen to high positions in Christendom. The politcal and NGO alliances that MacArthur has in the present most likely began way back in his early life.
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This strange interview by John MacArthur adds many new questions to his strange beginnings....The political and NGO alliances that MacArthur has in the present most likely began way back in his early life.


I agree his political alliances began in his early life.  Last in a line of pastors that included the Grand Master of the Grand Masonic Lodge.  A Father in Henrietta Mears' circle whose friends included high ranking Masons.  Then personally tutored by Rabbi Feinberg....

According to his bio Macarthur said, "Well first of all, I graduated from a college in ‘61 and I graduated from seminary in ‘64. I came to Grace in ‘69. So there were five years in there."

In the bio Macarthur said he was in Mendenhall, MS off and on from 1963-68.  We know he claims to have been in Jackson, MS and Memphis, TN in April, 1968.  Who knew he was in Quito, Ecuador at the end of 1968?  He first preached at GCC in Nov 1968 in a tryout and he became pastor there in 1969. 
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And in those days the police weren’t nearly as protective, forensics hadn’t developed to what they had and they didn’t necessarily protect crime scenes


As quoted above, John Macarthur expects us to believe that he was able to gain access to the MLK assassination crime scene because it was unprotected.  But the evidence shows that this scene was barricaded by the police within two minutes of the shooting and that this scene was well protected all that night.  The only way John Macarthur could have gained access to this scene is if it was allowed.  And why would the authorities allow Macarthur access to this crime scene?  

See How was John Macarthur Able to Gain Access to the Martin Luther King Assassination Crime Scenes?  

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"I actually went to the little building opposite the motel, went up on the second floor, stood up on the toilet and looked out the window where James Earl Ray had shot him. And I was there at that very, very, very crucial time."


If Macarthur just wandered into an unprotected crime scene that night, then how would he know to go to the rooming house bathroom across from the Lorraine Motel before knowledge of this location was made public?   
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What was he doing in the middle of the American Black Civil Rights activism? ....with close friendships with Charles Evers brother of Medgar Evers...


There is ample evidence that John Macarthur is a high ranking Freemason.  Medgar Evers was also a Freemason and Charles Evers, at the time of the MLK assassination, was the Field Secretary of the Mississippi NAACP, whose headquarters were in the Stringer Grand Masonic Lodge.  Why was Macarthur so involved with these activists?  Was John Macarthur is MS to oversee or to direct these men?   

 

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What was he doing in the middle of the American Black Civil Rights activism? ....with close friendships with Charles Evers brother of Medgar Evers...


According to Macarthur, he was at the MLK assassination crime scene with Charles Evers and John Perkins.  Charles Evers is on record as stating that he was standing just 5 feet from Robert Kennedy when he was assassinated 2 months later in Los Angeles.  Tom Tarrants is suspected of being involved in the assassinations of both King and Kennedy.  Perkins co-wrote a book with Tarrants called He's My Brother.   




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It's been alleged that Tom Tarrants was an accomplice in the assassinations of MLK and RFK (internet search).  Dewayne Wolfer covered up the RFK ballistics evidence.   According to John Macarthur, John Perkins and Charles Evers were present with him at the MLK assassination scene.  Evers was also with RFK when he was assassinated and later John Perkins wrote a book with Tom Tarrants.       

 

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One fact Pointed out the most to me here. How did he know where mlk was shot before it had been made public? Why would he run to danger? A very important man had been killed why go all that way just to put yourself in danger? Also the police without the technology we have today were still very skilled in forensics for their time. I think we forget that at that time they were equipped With the technology for their day and age to learn certain things about what had happened.
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According to John Macarthur and the Blood of MLK:

"On the night Martin Luther King was assassinated, John Macarthur claims that he was in Jackson, Mississippi in the office of Charles Evers along with John Perkins and some others. Being concerned about John Macarthur's safety in the wake of the assassination, these men 'escorted' him out and then a decision was made to go to Memphis, Tennessee 'to see what happened.' 

 

"Why would John Macarthur, a white man supposedly fearing for his safety in Jackson, Mississippi, decide to make a very long drive (210 miles) at night right to the King assassination crime scene in Memphis where one would reasonably presume there would be far more danger to his safety given the anger, rioting, etc.?

 

"But were John Macarthur, John Perkins, and Charles Evers in Jackson, MS at the moment MLK was assassinated?  Could they have already been in Memphis when MLK was shot?"

It certainly doesn't make sense that Macarthur, fearing for his safety in Jackson, would then drive 210 miles at night to Memphis.  And though I would imagine it had been reported that MLK had been shot at the Lorraine Motel, how would Macarthur know to enter the boarding house across the street from this motel before that news was made public?  And how and why would he been given access to that important crime scene?  (It has since been proven in court that no shots were ever fired from this boarding house.)  Then Macarthur states that the Lorraine Motel crime scene was unguarded that evening which enabled these three men to just enter in to view MLK's blood first-hand.  This notion is absurd since the crime scene was barricaded within 2 minutes of the assassination (according to court testimony) and throughout the night.  See the picture below of police guarding the Lorraine Motel that fateful evening.  

   

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Some of you may have already read this…Gives a pretty clear picture of the details by many witnesses. It still completely eludes me as to why MacArthur would even speak of his involvement…just bizarre. He has just told a gigantic lie as proven by the above evidence...giving more evidence of wolf tracks...  and then there is this...

https://truthandshadows.wordpress.com/2016/09/03/king-murdered-in-hospital/

Excerpt from last paragraphs: Beyond King’s importance as a powerful force for justice, peace, and equality, he was also Pepper’s friend. And the lawyer/journalist had to deal with that loss as he sought the truth about who really killed King and fought for justice for the man falsely accused of his murder. He writes:

“For me, this is a story rife with sadness, replete with massive accounts of personal and public deception and betrayal. Its revelations and experiences have produced in the writer a depression stemming from an unavoidable confrontation with the depths to which human beings, even those subject to professional codes of ethics, have fallen. In addition, there is an element of personal despair that has resulted from this long effort, which has made me even question the wisdom of undertaking this task.” (page xiv, The Plot to Kill King)

But he did undertake it, and we should all be grateful that he did.

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It still completely eludes me as to why MacArthur would even speak of his involvement…just bizarre. He has just told a gigantic lie as proven by the above evidence...giving more evidence of wolf tracks...


Macarthur clearly lied in stating this crime scene was unprotected that evening, but is he also lying when he states that he saw MLK's blood first-hand?  Assuming Macarthur did witness MLK's blood, then he would have to fabricate a reason as to how he was able to enter that scene, "it was unprotected."  How else could Macarthur have been present at that scene given that it was well guarded by the authorities?        
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In order to understand John Macarthur's presence at the MLK assassination crime scene one should take a closer look into the following people:

Henrietta Mears
Richard Halverson
Tom Tarrants
Charles Evers
John Perkins
Dewayne Wolfer Sr. 


 
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Who is Dewayne Wolfer Sr and why should he be looked into? 
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Dewayne Wolfer, an LAPD criminalist, was accused of falsifying ballistics evidence in the RFK assassination coverup. (L)  His son, Dewayne Wolfer Jr, was/is a member of John Macarthur's Grace Church where he was a "men's discussion leader" while John Macarthur's security/bodyguard.
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