King freed on bond after Robert F. Kennedy call; addresses mass rally at Ebenezer
October 27, 1960
Following a call to Atlanta judge J. Oscar Mitchell by Robert F. Kennedy, brother and campaign manager to John F. Kennedy, King is freed on $2,000 bond. King flies back to Atlanta and addresses a mass rally at Ebenezer.
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