Always wanted to rap to these brothers. Looking at all their interviews, all we get is the tragedy that was their experience. Raymond Santana shares how fun it was as a kid growing up in Harlem during the late 1980’s. Then the horror. And how he became a part of the “crime of the century”. And of course, his redemption and triumphs. With the recent epidemic of police on Black murders, this story of how 5 innocent children were railroaded by#MyNYPD should be a reminder for us all to always #StayWoke. This might be The Combat Jack Show’s proudest moment for 2014.
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