The photos are all in one 2-page spread:
Here is a closer look at the important ones (due to my scanner being down I shot these with a DSLR direct from the magazine using cropping and minimal sharpening only):
The wiki summary of this event states:
More specifically the rifle caliber was a .30-06 aka “thirty ought six”, a high powered rifle cartridge commonly used by hunters and capable of taking the largest of North American game including the Alaskan moose, elk and grisly bear according to the Alaska Dept of Fish and GameAt 6:01 p.m. on Thursday, April 4, 1968, while he was standing on the motel's second floor balcony, King was struck by a single .30 bullet fired from a Remington 760 Gamemaster. The bullet entered through his right cheek, breaking his jaw, neck and several vertebrae as it travelled down his spinal cord, severing the jugular vein and major arteries in the process before lodging in his shoulder. By the force of the blast, King's necktie was ripped completely off his shirt. He fell violently backwards onto the balcony unconscious.
To give an idea of the power of the .30-06 cartridge here are two videos that demonstrate its pentration and impact power. In these videos a Remington Gamemaster 7600 is used (virtually identical to the model 760 said to be used to kill King):
full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qO-u2_0WfeU
full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHfiVFOKZ4o
Note that the .30-06 easily penetrated 8 solid 2x4 boards and obliterated the target composed of several water jugs and boards. Imagine what such a force would do if it struck a human being in the face as is claimed of the MLK assassination in which the bullet supposedly lodged in his body and never exited.
Note the photos above of Mr King after the shot as he lay with a white cloth over his face which shows no blood at all on the cloth even though the official account claims that his jugular vein was severed by the bullet (King was still alive when these photos were taken according to the media's version of events). Note also in the photo of Mr. King being brought down the stairs on a stretcher where a portion of the right side of his face (where the bullet is said to have struck) is visible and the white sheet covering him with no signs of blood on it.
Does it appear to you that MLK was really assassinated as the media and official sources claimed?