Update on Zulu: Summer 2017

PS Do not forget Zulu’s birthday on October 14th! Send him a card, letter, Jpay! Thank you!

Greeting, Fellow supporters and comrades of our beloved revolutionary

Zulu holding the SF Bayview, June 2017

Zulu holding the SF Bayview, June 2017

Kenny Zulu Whitmore, who is being illegally held captive in America’s largest modern-day slave plantation, also known as the Louisiana State Penitentiary, Angola, La.

On June 28th, 2017, Zulu lost his youngest brother due to a hit and run incident in Zachary, LA, a rural Community that sits in the Northern section of East Baton Rouge, Parish. His brother Alvin Whitmore’s funeral was held on Saturday 8th of July, 2017, and in a surprise move, the Louisiana Department of Corrections allowed Zulu to attend Alvin’s funeral. It was Zulu’s first time in forty-three years that he has been alowed to attend a funeral of a loved one and share grief with his family, signs of the time. Our deepest sympathy goes out to Zulu and his beautiful family, may Alvin Rest In Peace.
In Zulu’s most recent medical checkup he was given a clean Bill of Health, and from recent photo’s the former Black Panther looks very well fit to be a man of sixty-two years of age. He has also enrolled into School working toward getting his High School degree, and will start his C.P.R.-Course on August 21st.
In Legal matters: On July 14th, 2017, District Court Commissioner Denied the State’s brief in trying to have Zulu’s Post Conviction Relief dismissed on procedure grounds, and ORDERED the State to Respond to the merits of the Petition. We will pass on any new up dates, in our next post.

Sending our Revolutionary brother some love and light in that stationary slaveship.

Panther Love, And Solidarity

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