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Mutulu Shakur, Tupac’s Stepfather, Pens Letter Amid Release Rumors | Global Grind

16.3.16

Mutulu Shakur, Tupac’s Stepfather, Pens Letter Amid Release Rumors | Global Grind: In the letter, Shakur reveals that he was scheduled to be set free on February 10 based on a law that releases inmates who’ve been sentenced to 45 years or more, but have served 30 years.

“I was of the belief that I was to be released from prison, effective February 10, 2016,” Shakur says. “That belief was based on the 30 years I was required to serve. I have fulfilled that commitment while following all rules and regulations like any other prisoner would be expected to. Having been sentenced under federal statute 4205(a), any person serving more than 45 years must serve 30 years to receive mandatory release. For the past 30 years my target release date has been February 10, 2016. Whosoever had legitimate concerns had the same time to come forward to argue that I should not be released,” Shakur writes.


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