Letters From Jalil Muntaqim: Reflections From Inside Prison Walls on Resistance to Police Terror

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by Jalil Muntaqim

P&L Printing, Sacramento Prisoner Support

2015, pamphlet



Includes three essays by political prisoner Jalil Muntaqim - "Hands Up, Don't Shoot," "When Police Die," and "A Mother's Loss." They were written during the height of the constant resistance to police terrorism that was sweeping across North America in the latter half of 2014.

Jalil Muntaqim became affiliated with the Black Panther Party at age 18. Less than 2 months before his 20th birthday, he was captured with the late Albert Nuh Washington in a midnight shootout with San Francisco police.

He was subsequently charged with a host of revolutionary activities including the assassination of two police officers in New York City. It is for this that he is currently serving a 25 years to life sentence in New York State.

He is the author of We Are Our Own Liberators, Escaping the Prism and Exiting the Prism.

For more information on Jalil's case please go to www.freejalil.com.