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Right Where He Belongs

Reader comment on item: The Curious Case of Jamil Al-Amin
in response to reader comment: Free the murderer?

Submitted by Gina (United States), Oct 2, 2014 at 15:16

Its obvious the public wasn't safe when coming in contact with Jamil. That makes him a danger/menace/threat to society. During his black panther days, Jamil was out of control. It was no surprise when I learned that he'd been on a 35-year crime spree. Jamil's now suffering the consequences for his actions and rightfully so. Another one of his groups in Detroit was raided by the FBI. They are/were followers of Jamil and now they are either dead or in prison. Jamil's exactly where he needs to be. My prayers and hearts go out to all of the victims. Wishing you happiness and peace.

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