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  • After nearly 50 years in exile, former KC Black Panther leader Pete O'Neal speaks from Africa

    Pete O'Neal talks about his work in Africa and the chance of a pardon before President Obama leaves office. His brother says O'Neal's fleeing was a loss for his hometown.

Pete O'Neal talks about his work in Africa and the chance of a pardon before President Obama leaves office. His brother says O'Neal's fleeing was a loss for his hometown. Monty Davis and Donald Bradley The Kansas City Star
Pete O'Neal talks about his work in Africa and the chance of a pardon before President Obama leaves office. His brother says O'Neal's fleeing was a loss for his hometown. Monty Davis and Donald Bradley The Kansas City Star

Pardon window closing on Pete O’Neal, Black Panther who fled to Africa

January 17, 2017 12:33 PM