“Twenty-eight years ago, in a highly disputed trial, an all-White jury convicted former Black Panther Assata Shakur of the murder of a New Jersey state trooper. In 1979, while serving a life sentence, she escaped from prison and eventually resurfaced in Cuba, where she was granted asylum and has lived ever since. But the U.S.. government has continued to pursue Shakur, regularly increasing the bounty on her head and classifying her as a “domestic terrorist.” Last May the Justice Department issued an unprecedented $1,000,000 bounty for the return of Assata Shakur, 65, who continues to maintain her innocence.”
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- Nancy Lockhart, M.J.
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Nancy Lockhart, M.J.’s insight:
Four years ago a 3 year old toddler was raped and tortured in Athens, Georgia. She is referred to as “The Little Girl” in an effort to conceal her identity.
Two men raped her (possibly over a period of time), an additional man tortured her. These men have not been charged or arrested by The Athens, Georgia Police Department. It is rumored that another child has been raped by one or more of the same perpetrators.