Though it changes the names of the participants, this pseudo-docudrama posits that the FBI framed James Earl Ray for the killing of Martin Luther King. Historical revisionism, horrendous acting, and anti-racist moralizing make strange bedfellows in this spurious action picture, which mines little suspense from its FBI-bashing premise. As a ten year-old in 1938, Billy Bob Jones (T.J. McInturff) stabbed high-school athlete Alvin Douglas (Michael Jay Green), who was trying to rape Billy Bob's sister, Heather (Suzanne Snyder). Douglas is crippled and Billy Bob ends up a resident of various juvenile and adult penal facilities. After being re-arrested on a stolen weapon ch...