Legal Battle Over MLK's Bible, Nobel Prize Could End Tuesday
A judge is expected to rule Tuesday on the legal dispute between Martin Luther King, Jr.'s children over ownership of his Bible and Nobel Prize.By Ben Lawson | January 11, 2015
A long, ugly legal dispute between three of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s children could end as early as Tuesday.
The three heirs to the King estate, Bernice, Dexter and Martin, have been in a legal battle over their father's bible and 1964 Nobel Peace prize. The brothers reportedly want to sell the medal and bible but Bernice refused to hand them over. (Video via The Norwegian Nobel Committee)
The Bible is the same one President Obama used during the swearing-in for his second presidential term. (Video via The White House)