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Category Archives: Legal Updates
Dear family and friends and supporters, Like many of you, I was of the belief that I was to be released from prison, effective February 10, 2016. That belief was based on the 30 years I was required to serve. … Continue reading
To: My comrades, family and extended family- please distribute to all those who have given support and resources to this process may (Allah) God bless them. In the spirit of our ancestors, I deeply thank you. Written: September 16, 2014 … Continue reading
Family and Friends of Dr. Mutulu Shakur are preparing for the next parole hearing which is scheduled for August 2014. Dr. Shakur will have spent almost 30 years incarcerated at that point. There is no doubt in our minds that … Continue reading
On Thursday the 26th of July, I had the parole board hearing at 8 am. Both attorneys were there: James Simmons and Nana Gyamfe from LA. We were able to expand the record as to the new disclosure that disproved … Continue reading
TO: Friends and Supporters of Dr. Mutulu Shakur FROM: Teri Thompson, Attorney RE: Interim Parole Hearing – December 2007 The Interim Parole Hearing for Dr. Shakur was held on December 11, 2007 at USP-Florence ADMAX. Mutulu and I thank each … Continue reading
Brothers and Sisters: Mutulu was transferred out of Coleman II Federal Prison in Florida on March 15, 2007: (1) to sabotage and derail a parole hearing that had been scheduled for May, and (2) to end the positive educational and … Continue reading
Brothers and Sisters: After being called for a meeting with officials of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), on Thursday, March 15th, 2007, Dr. Mutulu Shakur was snatched and transferred from Federal Corrections Complex in Coleman (FCC Coleman), Florida to … Continue reading
According to federal law a federal prisoner is eligible for release on parole after serving ten (10) years of a sentence over thirty (30) years. Mutulu was eligible for a parole hearing in 1996 but his efforts to schedule one … Continue reading
February 9, 2005 TO: Friends and Supporters of Dr. Mutulu Shakur FROM: Teri Thompson, Attorney RE: Parole Hearing of Dr. Mutulu Shakur On behalf of Dr. Shakur, we are eternally grateful for both your support and your spirit as we … Continue reading