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The children of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King (from left) Martin Luther King, Jr. III, Dexter King, Bernice King and Yolanda King attend a wreath laying at the unveiling of the new crypt for both husband and wife in Atlanta, Nov. 20, 2006. Also on hand was former Mayor Andrew Young, Rep. John Lewis and the Rev. Joseph Lowery, all veterans of the civil rights movement. (AP Photo/W.A. Harewood)
In a May 24, 2007 photo, Rev. Bernice King, daughter of Martin Luther King Jr., speaks during a memorial service for her sister, Yolanda King, as her brothers Dexter King, left, and Martin Luther King III look on in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore/file)
In this photo taken Nov. 20, 2006 the children of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King from left, Martin Luther King III, Dexter King, the late Yolanda King and Bernice King stand next to a new crypt dedicated to their parents in Atlanta. Bernice is in a legal battle with her brothers over their father's Bible and Nobel Peace Prize medal. (AP Photo/W.A. Harewood)
WASHINGTON: Imagine if I began a column about Attorney General Jeff Sessions this way: “I really am amazed that an attorney general who hails from a former Confederate state in the Deep South can issue a series of orders wrecking efforts to reform police practices, cutting back on voting rights and restarting the war on drugs.”