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The warden of one of America's largest and most notorious prisons is an evil man.


His name is Burl Cain, and he is no doubt a fan of FOX VIEWS and Megyn Kelly. You see, like Megyn Kelly, Mr. Cain believes that the Black Panther Party is still a threat to white security here in America.


"Kenny “Zulu” Whitmore has spent 35 years in what officials call closed cell restriction since being sentenced to the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola for second-degree murder in 1977. Whitmore, who has been in solitary for the last 28 consecutive years, reportedly attributes his vision damage, hypertension and other problems to the confinement.


Angola Warden Burl Cain, who has been running the prison for the past two decades, told students at The Medill Justice Project that he was thinking about allowing Whitmore to return to the general population.


But Cain argued that Whitmore's relationship with the Black Panther Party could continue to make him a threat to prison security.


“The Black Panther Party advocates violence and racism—I’m not going to let anybody walk around advocating violence and racism,” he said. ( I wonder how many Klansmen and white supremacists he kept in solitary for 25 years.)


“We will get him out,” Cain predicted. “We’d rather him out. I need his cell. I’ve got some young people, predators, that need to be in that cell. When I can conclude he’s not going to cause me the blues, then he can come out of the cell.”


In 2005, Cain explained to the Shreveport Times that his faith-based rehabilitation program worked because it gave the prisoners a sense of morality.


"The only way to make a prison safer is the Lord Almighty," Cain insisted.


A Bible verse on a tablet outside the prison quotes Philippians 3:13, and a wall inside Camp D reads, "Jesus is Lord."


"In what other prison would you see that?" the Warden asked.


"If I can get the population to become moral, then we're all safer, and then we then have an environment of rehabilitation," he told The Medill Justice Project. "It's real simple that moral people don't rape, pilfer and steal. It's the immoral people who commit the crime."


For his part, Whitmore has maintained that he was being held in solitary confinement as a "political prisoner" because of his ties to the Black Panther Party. [Source]


THIRTY FIVE YEARS IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT?! I am not sure there is such a place, but if there is, there is a special place in hell for people like Burl Cain.


The "Lord Almighty" that he loves so much is no doubt looking down on him and thinking that he is not exactly the type of person who he wants singing his praises here on earth.




God might need to start looking for some new salespeople.









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The warden of one of America’s largest and most notorious prisons is an evil man.

His name is Burl Cain, and he is no doubt a fan of FOX VIEWS and Megyn Kelly. You see, like Megyn Kelly, Mr. Cain believes that the Black Panther Party is still a threat to white security here in America.

Kenny “Zulu” Whitmore has spent 35 years in what officials call closed cell restriction since being sentenced to the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola for second-degree murder in 1977. Whitmore, who has been in solitary for the last 28 consecutive years, reportedly attributes his vision damage, hypertension and other problems to the confinement.


Angola Warden Burl Cain, who has been running the prison for the past two decades, told students at The Medill Justice Project that he was thinking about allowing Whitmore to return to the general population.


But Cain argued that Whitmore’s relationship with the Black Panther Party could continue to make him a threat to prison security.


“The Black Panther Party advocates violence and racism—I’m not going to let anybody walk around advocating violence and racism,” he said. ( I wonder how many Klansmen and white supremacists he kept in solitary for 25 years.)


“We will get him out,” Cain predicted. “We’d rather him out. I need his cell. I’ve got some young people, predators, that need to be in that cell. When I can conclude he’s not going to cause me the blues, then he can come out of the cell.”


In 2005, Cain explained to the Shreveport Times that his faith-based rehabilitation program worked because it gave the prisoners a sense of morality.


“The only way to make a prison safer is the Lord Almighty,” Cain insisted.


A Bible verse on a tablet outside the prison quotes Philippians 3:13, and a wall inside Camp D reads, “Jesus is Lord.”


“In what other prison would you see that?” the Warden asked.


“If I can get the population to become moral, then we’re all safer, and then we then have an environment of rehabilitation,” he told The Medill Justice Project. “It’s real simple that moral people don’t rape, pilfer and steal. It’s the immoral people who commit the crime.”


For his part, Whitmore has maintained that he was being held in solitary confinement as a “political prisoner” because of his ties to the Black Panther Party. [Source]


THIRTY FIVE YEARS IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT?! I am not sure there is such a place, but if there is, there is a special place in hell for people like Burl Cain.

The “Lord Almighty” that he loves so much is no doubt looking down on him and thinking that he is not exactly the type of person who he wants singing his praises here on earth.

God might need to start looking for some new salespeople.





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