We are aware of a review being launched of criminal cases to determine whether any defendants were wrongly convicted and or deserve a new trail because of flawed forensic evidence and or wrongly reported evidence. It was stated in the Washington Post in April of 2012 that Justice Department Officials had known for years that flawed forensic work led to convictions of innocent people. We seek to have included in the review of such cases that of Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin. We understand that all cases reviewed will include the Innocence Project. We look forward to your immediate attention to these overdue wrongs.
ASAP: The Forgotten Imam Project
2151 Glascock street suite 130
Raleigh, NC 27610
Luqman Abdullah-ibn Al-Sidiq
To voice our support for those who spoke out against the abuses of the government against the poor and so-called minorities like Imam Jamil Al-Amin and who have suffered greatly for it. To demand...
To voice our support for those who spoke out against the abuses of the government against the poor and so-called minorities like Imam Jamil Al-Amin and who have suffered greatly for it. To demand the truth of the cover-up on the night of March 16th, 2000. The blood trail, the deleted presence of one Otis Jackson, the statement of one of the officers that the assailant was wounded. The 911 call of a wounded man leaving the scene. The fact that there was neither physical nor fourensic evidence linking Imam Jamil to the crime. What happened to the officers original statements? What happened to the recorded dispatcher tapes? Why was Otis Jackson released by the F.B.I.? Who will be the next person convicted by "ANY MEANS NECESSARY"?