Documents Show US Spied On Martin Luther King

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The National Security Agency (NSA) of the United States eavesdropped on civil rights icon Martin Luther King and heavyweight boxer Muhammad Ali as well as other leading critics of the Vietnam War in a secret programme later deemed “disreputable,” declassified documents have revealed.

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