ROY INNIS, a polarizing civil rights icon who famously tussled with the Rev. Al Sharpton and a white supremacist on TV talk shows, has died. He was 82. Innis (right) died Sunday at a New York City hospital. The cause was complications from Parkinson's disease, according to the Washington Post. Innis led the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) for more than four decades -- espousing a conservatism that was reviled by left-leaning activists.Innis decried affirmative action and loudly opposed busing as a strategy to combat segregation in schools. A National Rifle Association board member, he also argued that gun control was "meant to deprive you of your freedom."