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Topic - Don King
Boxing promoter Don King said he's not keeping any ill will toward the Rev. Al Sharpton for snitching on him to the FBI — that the minister was in fact a hero who is being maligned in a media frenzy that is simply harping on stale news.
Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield stood toe to toe again, only this time there were hugs and smiles _ and no bites to the ear.
"They should give him five stars for service and duty above and beyond for the betterment of our nation, for this great country of America," Mr. King told the New York Post. "The people's greatest resources are its children, and he put himself in the fight for our youth. He makes us live up to that creed, one man, for liberty and justice for all. I commend Sharpton for his bold, courageous Americanism."
Mr. Sharpton is nothing but a "stand-up person" for his secret recording of mobsters that helped federal investigators bust up criminal activity, Mr. King added, in the New York Post.