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sIgNoThEtImEs w Queen Tahiyrah & GUEST Author ROBERT ASAFO WILLIAMS

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25 Years Enslaved A Pennsylvania Prisoner's Appeal to the People for Freedom by Robert ASAFO Williams

Review by Queen Tahiyrah

The first encounter between Robert Asafo Williams and myself was when I heard his Letter to the People (www.PrisonRadio.org) listening to this heart felt plea, one can hear the determination of a man who has been forced to spend over half of his life behind enemy lines; but yet instill in his soul the integrity, sincerity and  accountability it takes to be a strong black man in America. So when given the opportunity to read his book 25 Years Enslaved A Pennsylvania Prisoner's Appeal to the People for      Freedom, I was receptive to it right away. In turning of the pages of this real life manuscript, you are guided through his life. The things that have happened to him, good and bad; and most of all, you are transformed into an instant advocate for him and his well earned demand to simply just be free.

According to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Asafo was defined as a juvenile when this incident was committed, and after now serving 28 years, should be eligible for immediate parole. He has filed a Motion for Parole, and could use additional   support getting his story heard and his case re-opened.

Learn more by picking up a copy of his book today on Amazon.com (ONLY 9.99) and the portion of the money earned by the Author, will be going directly to his Legal  Defense Fund. If you would like to contribute directly, please send all donations to Robert Asafo Williams BH-8660 1100 Pike Street Huntingdon, PA 16654.

To listen to other writings by Asafo, please click this LINK http://www.prisonradio.org/media/audio/safir-chuma-asafo-hungtindon-state-prison-pa

 

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