Below are the pages of the notorious FBI Memo dated March 4, 1968, exactly one month before the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It is the infamous “Black Messiah” memo which states on page three: “Prevent the rise of a “messiah” who could unify, and electrify, the militant black nationalist movement. Malcolm X … More Goal: Invent the rise of a Black Messiah
James Wormley Jones (d. 1958) was a Bureau of Investigation confidential informant who infiltrated the UNIA. Adopting the code number 800 for his later reports, Jones used his access to UNIA correspondence and his position in the African Legion to gather data. … More Report by Special Agent Jones
According to the FBI James Wormley Jones was one of the first, if not, the first African American FBI agent. Jones was born in Newport News, Virginia on September 21, 1884 to John Bradford Jones, a lighthouse keeper and Sally B. Jones who assisted him in his duties. In the 1900 census Jones and his … More Was James Wormley Jones the first African American FBI agent or a pseudo caucasian?