Civil rights icon Rosa Parks passed away in Detroit at the age of 92 back in 2005. Almost six years later, her legacy is still tied up in a lengthy court battle. The case features allegations of abuse, cronyism and corruption by the probate judge as well as the two lawyers he appointed to oversee the estate and trust.

It also involves who will receive all of the considerable civil rights memorabilia owned by Rosa Parks when she was alive and even the rights to use her name and likeness.

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