On March 16, 2000, two police officers were shot in one of Atlanta’s oldest neighborhoods. One officer died and the other claimed the shooter was Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, the leader of a local mosque. Once known as H. Rap Brown, a charismatic leader of the Black Power Movement, and an honorary officer in the Black Panther Party, Al-Amin was convicted and sentenced to life in prison. But was Al-Amin truly guilty? Or was it payback for decades of work against the establishment?
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New information leads Mosi to some truths about what really happened during the shootout, and he tries to find a way out of the darkness. more
Mosi comes upon a disturbing secret about violence swirling around Imam Jamil’s masjid revealing just how far law enforcement was willing to go in their efforts to take him down. more
Under more scrutiny, some of the prosecution’s evidence breaks down, and a man who for years has been confessing to the shooting attracts renewed attention. more
Was enjoying the story/case but the reporter’s racial bias kept showing through stronger and stronger, so by episode three I knew I wasn’t getting objective research, so I stopped listening.
Great podcast. Host does a good job sorting through a lot of difficult issues and conflicting stories. One of my favorites this year
Informative and well-researched bio of a lesser known Civil Rights figure, but the overly biased editorializing distracts from the narrative.
Very informative investigation. In particular, I listened to episode 7 “Sacrifices” four times. The idea that there was a prolific serial killer who targeted drug dealers and also was an informant is a podcast series by itself. “The Atlanta Trap House Murders”
This is a really fascinating story and it’s told well. The only reason I didn’t give it five stars is because it left me hanging. I don’t feel like the ending was as strong as it should be. There is no resolution, and the bonus episode seems to have been recorded before the show was released. I had to go on the Internet to find out more, which I usually don’t do when listening to podcasts like this one.
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Radical launched 3 months ago and published 12 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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