Claim: The FBI possesses audio tapes of MLK jr. Committing Sexual Felony


In his hotel room, the files claim, they then “discussed which women among the parishioners would be suitable for natural and unnatural sex acts”.

The FBI document says, “when one of the women protested that she did not approve, the Baptist minister immediately and forcefully raped her” as King watched.

He is alleged to have “looked on, laughed and offered advice” during the attack.

FBI agents were in the room next door, but did not intervene.

The following day, King and a dozen others allegedly participated in a “sex orgy” engaging in “acts of degeneracy and depravity”.

When one woman showed resistance, King was allegedly heard saying that performing the act “would help your soul”.

Senior FBI officials allegedly later sent a copy of the incriminating tape to King and called him an “evil abnormal beast” and told him his sexual exploits would be “on record for all time”.

The letter also suggested he should commit suicide before his wrongs were revealed to the world.

Mr Garrow said he had no idea of the scale or the ugliness of it, nor of King’s apparent indifference to rape until he saw the files.


36 Comments on Claim: The FBI possesses audio tapes of MLK jr. Committing Sexual Felony

  1. Me , for the last 6 Years : “MLK was a Republican”

    Now: “He was always a democrat”

  2. MLK was assassinated in 1968 – 51 years ago – and this crap is coming out now? Who the F cares? I don’t trust anything the FBI says these days or this salacious author. The man accomplished a lot no matter how many times he supposedly cheated on Coretta. I don’t condone it. It is what it is.

  3. This is not new, at least the generalities. The specifics are interesting. I remember hearing some of this back in the 1960s. The tapes are supposed to be released by the FBI in 8 years; any bets the FBI won’t be able to find them? These things always disappear, when leftist icons are in danger of being exposed. Funny how the same people who want to destroy OUR heroes, now wan’t to let the past stay in the past.

  4. I recall President Ronald Reagan mentioning that the FBI’s files on King would make interesting reading when he signed the bill making King’s birthday a national holiday. Now, the date when the truth about the Reverend Martin Luther (not is given name by the way) King will be put off for another decade or more. If the truth had been revealed back then, would King have been honored with a national holiday?

    Robert E. Lee and Thomas Jonathan Jackson never molested any of their slaves or cheated on their wives with prostitues, yet their statues are being removed, while King’s are being erected. Release the tapes, so the truth can be revealed and set us free.

  5. This is actually nothing new. It was just covered-up by the decmorat media.

    If they covered this grotesqueness up of a guy as elevated as King, just IMAGINE what will eventually come out about that worthless pos obama.

  6. Read carefully. The FBI didn’t say anything. Somebody said the FBI said something. Big difference.

  7. Maybe so, But the FIB is not a trusted sorce from what I can see.
    Go ahead and drop the dime if they have it.

  8. I remember watching Bryant Gumbel castigating Ralph Abernathy for writing about King’s philandering on NBC. That was at least twenty years ago, but these new details are more likely to tarnish King’s reputation than what was known before.

  9. Who can believe the FBI? The same bad actors back then are the same bad actors now, liars. I dunno if MLK did those things — it’s probable. But as Hillary says “what difference does it make?” Ask a millennial who MLK was and they couldn’t tell you.

  10. the singular source of this story has a book coming out about it. That couldn’t have anything to do with it could it? I’ll wait for the tapes to form a definite opinion. Until then, I can believe that it might be true, but also that he was being slimed very hard by hoover’s fbi. As for his statue in Washington, DC- send that piece of crap back to china.

  11. Don’t worry, he’ll get a pass. The schools and streets named after him will stay. The holiday will stay. The statues will stay.

    And he’ll continue to serve Lucifer his coffee in the morning like he has for the past fifty years. 👿

  12. Goldenfoxx
    MAY 26, 2019 AT 11:48 PM
    “Ask a millennial who MLK was and they couldn’t tell you.”

    …they could probably tell you, “He’s that famous Black guy that has the street in the bad neighborhood near my college named after him”…

  13. Anonymous leftists monitor IOTW and post only when potentially inconvenient stories are linked. Like this one.

    Who pays them, do you think?

  14. Did the spying agents know that their boss J.Edgar Hoover was a crossdresser and had a long standing homosexual relationship with Clyde Tolsen?

  15. From an old Howard Stern show: I had a wet Dream…. They were talking about him back then about this.

  16. The FBI was monitoring King because of his ties to the Communist Party through several of his white advisers, who were known communists. King refused to drop these men from his entourage, and the Department of Justice instructed Hoover to spy on him. King was openly advocating a Socialists Revolution with a system of quotas for negroes in every major business to advance integration towards the end of his life. The Soviet Union was funneling money to King and trying to exploit the Civil Rights Movement as part of the effort to cause disunity in this country during the Cold War.

    As for J. Edgar Hoover being a cross dresser, that slander was started by a homosexual writer who had absolutely no evidence that anyone ever saw Hoover in a woman’s clothing. Liberals and Radicals hated the FBI, and jumped on this story after Hoover died as a means of slandering that agency. There is also no evidence that Clyde Tolson was involved in a longstanding homosexual relationship with Hoover, although they were best friends and often seen together in public. This was not something that Hoover tried to hide during his lifetime, like homosexuals did during those days. J. Edgar Hoover was a much better Director of the FBI than most of the men who followed him in that office.

  17. You’d THINK Obamalama ding-dong could’ve covered THIS up, what with 8 years to do it in… 🤔

  18. when do we:
    1. cancel MLK day
    2. change all the MLK street names
    3. tear down all the MLK statues

  19. Super old news. We’ve known for quite a while that he was a really bad guy.
    Next up, Abraham Lincoln. That dude was a really, really bad guy. Only reason we don’t talk about it is because his side won the war.

  20. The files were originally closed for 50 years (for obvious reasons) but that was extended precisely because the “truth is out there” though it’s inconvenient.

    Can’t have a big-time socialist icon smeared by facts, now can we?

    Same as with Obola’s origins and academics.

    Treat the public like mushrooms – feed em shit and keep em in the dark.
    Kind of contrary to “We, the People of the United States …”, isn’t it?

    izlamo delenda est …

  21. Another commenter wrote, “Robert E. Lee and Thomas Jonathan Jackson never molested any of their slaves…”

    Owning another human being is already disgusting, it doesn’t matter if they didn’t also rape them. Those people defended something that can not be defended. They’re not moral angels for not having committed other horrible things. They only had to be slave owners to be guilty of doing something horrible.

  22. Oohknipkinja: Slavery was a fact of life in the United Sates of America during all of its existence up until the War Between the States. That’s the main reason that this country engaged in a Civil War. My point was that Lee and Jackson were highly moral men who defended Virginia against invaders. The reason they are remembered with statues throughout the South is because of their brilliant generalship during that war. They owned slaves through inheritance, but they didn’t molest the females or mistreat any of them. They were both great Americans.

    Martin Luther King was not a flawless man, but most Americans consider him to be a great American for his role during the Civil Rights movement. John F. Kennedy had more extramarital affairs and casual sexual encounters than King, but he is still considered to be a great American. However, he wasn’t a Reverend, preaching the gospel and pretending to be a paragon moral leadership. That’s the difference in my opinion.

  23. Oohknipkinja,
    That’s the most puerile, insipid, simplistic, nonsensical bunch of bullshit I’ve read all day. Slavery has been the de facto state of human affairs since before the foundations of Ur were laid. So, Socrates is a moron because of slavery? Aristotle is an evil bastard because of slavery? Mohammed is a shit-stain because he owned slaves (tell that to your moslem buddies)? Every grand vizier, rajah, caliph, king, prince, duke, earl, on every continent on Earth throughout mans’ existence is a scumbag because he (she and it) owned slaves? If you lost, you were either dead or a slave – PERIOD. Greeks enslaved Greeks. Persians enslaved Persians. Medes enslaved Medes. Romans enslaved Romans. Germans enslaved Germans. Africans enslaved Africans. Indians (both) enslaved Indians. Chinks enslaved Chinks. Japs enslaved Japs. Mongrels enslaved everybody they ran across. And all enslaved each other, depending who came out on top on any given day. Moslems enslaved Jews, Africans, and Christians (when they could) and bought African slaves from other Africans (when they couldn’t). The Portuguese bought African slaves from Africans and sold them to whomever would buy.

    Might as well say that anyone who breathes (or ever breathed) is “horrible.”

    What a childish (not to be confused with child-like) view of anthropology.

    izlamo delenda est …

  24. Oohknipkinja: Do you own a pet? What if, two hundred and fifty years from now, some future society deems you a horrible person for daring to believe you could “own” another living creature? Your defense (if you could make one) would be, “But that’s what everyone did at the time. We didn’t see anything wrong with it”. And that’s the point: we are creatures of our times. It is wrong to judge past societal norms by current standards. It just doesn’t work.


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