Kwame Sentence Objectors
Ishmael Bey and Pastor WJ Rideout weigh in on the 28 year prison sentence given to disgraced former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick outside federal court. "This country has been in bancruptcy to the Queen of England since 1933 which means the courts are insolvent," said Bey. Saying he felt the prosecution and most Detroiters were satisfied Pastor Rideout added, "In my mind justice was not served."
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