King monument didn’t come cheap, thanks to King family

On the eve of this weekend’s dedication, a reminder of the King kin’s greed (originally posted 4/17/09): A few years back they sold their father’s words and image to a communications company — “I have a dream … that everyone will use Cingular wirless service.” This is worse: The family of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. has charged the foundation building a monument to the civil rights leader on the National Mall about $800,000 for the use of his words and image — an arrangement one leading scholar says King would have found offensive. … “I don’t think the Jefferson family,…