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Judge orders King children to meet

September 15, 2009|Times Wire Reports

An Atlanta judge has ordered the surviving children of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King to hold a shareholders' meeting to discuss their father's estate.

The Rev. Bernice King and Martin Luther King III sued their brother, Dexter King, last year to force him to open the books of their father's estate. The estate is set up as a corporation, but there has not been an annual shareholders' meeting since 2004.

Dexter King also has sued his sister, who administers their mother's estate, asking that she turn over Coretta Scott King's personal papers.

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