Q. In 1967 and 1968 were you employed at Jim’s Grill on South Main Street in Memphis, Tennessee?

A. I probably was, sir, but it has been so long, it is hard to remember what year it was.

Q. Well, do you recall being employed in Jim’s Grill at the time of the assassination of Martin Luther King?

A. Oh, yes, I do, uh-huh.

Q. On April 4th, 1968?

A. Right.

Q. And who was your employer at that time?

A. Loyd Jowers.



Excerpted from the Complete Transcript of the MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. Assassination Conspiracy Trial Volume 5 (22 November 1999) Cicuit Court of Shelby County, Tennessee for the Thirteenth Judicial District Court  CORETTA SCOTT KING, et al, Plaintiffs, Vs. Case No. 97242 LOYD JOWERS, et al, Defendants. MS BOBBI BALFOUR deposed by WILLIAM F PEPPER before the Honorable James E. Swearengen, Division 4, judge presiding.