Political Prisoner Radio – Alert! Prisoner health crisis for several political prisoners


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Tune in to Political Prisoner Radio for some of the latest in political prisoner and prisoner of war news in the United States. Featured speakers and commentary.

Robert Seth Hayes 1Tonight we will be speaking with Mrs. Sheila Hayes, wife of political prisoner Robert “Seth” Hayes. Robert Seth Hayes has been a political prisoner held by the New York State Correctional system since 1972. He is a former member of the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army. Mrs. Hayes will inform us about a health crisis her husband is experiencing and how the concerned public can assist the family in getting Robert Hayes the healthcare he needs.

Dr Mutulu ShakurDr. Mutulu Shakur is a former member of the Revolutionary Action Movement (RAM) which is a Black Nationalist group that struggled for Black self-determination and socialist change in America. He was also a member of the Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika which endorsed the founding of an independent New Afrikan (Black) Republic and the establishment of an independent Black state in the southern U.S. Dr. Shakur also worked very closely with the Black Panther Party, supporting his brother Lumumba Shakur and Zayd. Dr Shakur nearly lost his legs recently according to reports from the inadequate treatment he received for a spider bite.

Mumia Abu-JamalMumia Abu-Jamal, one of the more well known revolutionaries who was a member of the Black Panther Party as a teen and later associated with the Move Organization in Philidelphia, PA which was under the leadership of state murdered revolutionary John Africa. Mumia Abu-Jamal was recently hospitalized and was in a diabetic coma. He has since been transfered from the hospital he was being treated in back to the prison infirmary. We will try to get an update on his current health status.

chip fitzgerald 1Political Prisoner Romaine ‘Chip’ Fitzgerald has a birthday coming up on April 11. Romaine “Chip” Fitzgerald was born and raised in Compton, California. Upon his release from the Youth Authority in early 1969, he joined the Southern California Chapter of the Black Panther Party. He has been held for over 44 years as a victim of the FBI’s illegal war on the Black Panther Party and other left leaning groups and individuals.

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