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| Clyde Tolson |
|Born||Clyde Anderson Tolson|
Laredo, Missouri, U.S.
|Died||1975-04-14 (Age 74)|
|Alma mater||George Washington University School of Law|
"Alter Ego" of his close friend FBI director J. Edgar Hoover
Tolson was Associate Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation for 42 years (1930-1972).
|William Pepper||“that J. Edgar Hoover used his number two, Clyde Tolson, to come into Memphis on a regular basis and liaise with the Dixie Mafia and organize the on the ground killing of Martin King. It shows that Tolson carried $25,000 in, and that money was carried to the prison where James Earl Ray was. He - James - had been profiled and never knew this. That given to the warden, Swenson, and James was allowed to escape, and then he became part of their network. He was under a handler whom he knew as Raoul and who I later came to know as Raoul Coelo. He was an ex Portuguese intelligence officer who lived in Yonkers New York."”||William Pepper|
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