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From NYTimes.com :

At Mrs. King's Funeral, a Mix of Elegy and Politics
By SHAILA DEWAN and ELISABETH BUMILLER

LITHONIA, Ga., Feb. 7 — Coretta Scott King was laid to rest Tuesday, after a funeral where white-gloved ushers welcomed 15,000 people, including four presidents, three governors, three planeloads of Congress members, celebrities, gospel stars and leading figures of the civil rights movement.

...But others did not confine their remarks to Mrs. King, nor did they temper them just because Mr. Bush was seated just a few feet behind. The Rev. Joseph Lowery, who spoke at times in rhyme, said, "We know now there were no weapons of mass destruction over there."

Former President Jimmy Carter, in an apparent allusion to the current President Bush's eavesdropping program, mentioned the difficulties that Mrs. King and her husband, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., endured as they became the target of secret government wiretapping.

02.08.06

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