King then said the verdict had been reached and that Americans must accept it, before adding again, seemingly agitated, “I can almost promise you Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would not wear a hoodie.“
King and two of her cousins are calling on Americans not to fight or debate about the case, which she thinks did not raise any significant racial issues.
“You’ve got two grieving and hurting families,” King said, before quoting her uncle. “We all need to live together as brothers.”
Alveda King is a former state representative in Georgia and a right-wing anti-abortion activist and minister.