Geronimo Pratt must be compensated

Burris, John L.
July 1997
New York Amsterdam News;07/31/97, Vol. 88 Issue 31, p13
Opinion. Focuses on Elmer `Geronimo' Pratt, former member of the Black Panther group who was released from prison after serving 27 years. Circumstances surrounding Pratt's imprisonment; Comparison of Pratt to Nelson Mandela; Information on the Black Panther organization.


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