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2015 Gerald and Maas Suppressed News - September 8, 2015


2015 Gerald and Maas Suppressed News: September 8, 2015 --

      Wayne County Pennsylvania: while U.S. Penitentiary Canaan is under lockdown due to the stabbing of three food workers by an inmate in the mess hall, SF BayView notes a medical emergency for Imam Jamil Abdullah al-Amin:
his jaw is swollen to twice its normal size and he's in pain. Due to
the injustices in his treatment by the courts, the FBI's continuing
fear of him, a previous denial of appropriate medical care at Florence
Colorado, his power as a community and religious leader, there's a
reasonable concern that he will remain untreated and not survive. The
prison's phone number is 570-488-8000. Recent background: Al-Amin was
held in impenetrable isolation at Florence supermax in Colorado since
2007. He finally contracted a rare form of blood cancer as identified by
biopsy at Butner Prison Hospital in North Carolina (previous)
where he was transferred mid-July, before his current placement at
Canaan. Al-Amin has previously suffered from untreated dental abscesses
which are said to have drained into his lungs, difficulty breathing,
swollen feet, extreme fatigue.    Partial sources online: "Staff Members Attacked by Inmate at Federal Prison in Wayne County," Bill Michlowski, Aug. 18, 2015, 16The News Station; "Stop the execution of Imam Jamil, the former H. Rap Brown by medical neglect in federal prison," Sept. 6, 2015, SF BayView; "Calls mounting in US for release of African-American Imam," Aug. 15, 2014, Press TV.

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