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MEMPHIS, TN - (WMC-TV) – Never before seen video of MLK assassin James
Earl Ray's extradition, incarceration, and prosecution were released Tuesday by
the Shelby County Register's office, which runs the archives.
Some of the video, which was
shot by sheriff's deputies using newly purchased cameras, shows then-sheriff
Bill Morris reading Ray his rights on an airplane.
"You have the right to
remain silent," said Morris as Ray is flown back to Memphis from overseas.
Ray, wearing a bullet proof
vest, is later seen booked, strip searched, and placed in a holding cell at the
The newly released video was
recently converted to a digital format. The Shelby County Register's
office regularly releases historic materials.
Video released Tuesday
includes coverage of the hearing during which James Earl Ray pleaded guilty.
The documentation of attendees is part of that segment.
WMC-TV," said a former Action News 5 reporter
who covered the proceedings.
"Samuel Billy Kyles,
Memphis," said assassination witness Rev. Billy Kyles before he entered
Former sheriff and county
mayor Bill Morris said he looks forward to seeing the video after all these
Meanwhile, Register Tom
Leatherwood said the video gives the public the opportunity to view historical
events, important to Memphis and the nation, as they happened.