On November 16, 2015, Zulu was released from solitary confinement to a dormitory in the general population area of the Louisiana State Penitentiary, an 18,000 acres plantation in Angola, LA.
According to Zulu’s family members, he made a smooth transition to the prison population, and he is enrolled in school, working towards his G.E.D. He has completed a C.P.R. course and an Anger Management program. Zulu’s family sent out this photo of Zulu of a few months ago.
Read a news article here of the Medill Justice Project (May 8, 2016)