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The Innermost Circle of Hell

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The Innermost Circle of Hell Continues A Mans Journey Into Darkness.
 
This account happens to be the true-life story of James Joseph Owens-El and Kingya.
 
James Owens El and I both grew up watching internal abuse from victimized step-fathers through systemic racism in our society. I am going to share with you about racism and how it has shown through redlining for many years, it has been difficult for African Americans to eradicate drugs from the community, purchasing homes, and obtaining careers of their choice and decent employment. Here is a story of several black teenagers growing up in poverty and watching their mother's degradation. 
 
I have seen men of every race, including black men, white men, Hispanics, and others incarcerated after unfair and unjust sentencing from the ill-legal system. Mr. Owens-El and Kingya were sentenced to prison as teenagers and experienced no fair justice in the legal system. This show reflects on how domestic violence against men falsely accused can lead to an unjust sentence.

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