Naomi King, the sister-in-law of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was viciously attacked outside of her Atlanta retirement home on Friday, WSB-TV Atlanta reports.
King, the wife of MLK’s younger brother Rev. A.D. King and a civil rights activist in her right, was attempting to enter Big Bethel Village, a retirement facility in southwest Atlanta, when a man approached and demanded her car or he would “bust her in the mouth.”
King refused to hand over her keys.
“Before she could say anything, he had hit her in the mouth and was looking to see where her purse was in the car. But he could not see that, so he turned and hit her again and by this time she was screaming,” said King’s friend Lena Morrow.
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