Shooting in Wichita Kansas (1:27) Bilal Abdul Salam Bey (Charley Hughes)
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This is Bilal Abdul-Salam Bey, also known as Charley Hughes, inmate at Hutchinson Correctional Facility in Hutchinson, KS. This piece is just an update on, uh, a shooting that happened in Wichita, KS on Monday, uh, about a week ago around 1:30 p.m. Uh, a traffic stop was happening in Wichita, KS. And there were two, uh, two males in the car, along with a female. One male got out the car and ran and he was tased twice and ended up- ended up with gunshot wounds to his face. The po- uh, police said that he, uh, self-inflicted the wounds to himself. He later died in the hospital. His name was Cortrey Hubbard, and it happens to be my younger brother. Uh, if anybody can help with the investigation or anybody wanting to look into this matter to make it public, please do so by contacting my mother. Her name is Cassandra Downey. Her phone number is (316) 390-8977. Thank you for your time, effort and energy. And once again, it's Bilal Abdul-Salam Bey. These commentaries are recorded by Prison Radio.
What We Want (2:56) Bilal Abdul Salem-Bey (Charley Hughes)
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This is Bilal Abdul-Salam Bey, also known as Charley Hughes, uh, inmate at the Hutchinson Correctional Facility in Hutchinson Correctional, Kansas. This piece is called "What We Want." Well, first part of the 10 point program for the NABBP. Number one: we want power to determine the destiny of New Afrikan communities. Two: we want full employment for all our- all our people. Three: we demand housing fit for the shelter of human beings. Four: we want New Afrikan men exempted from military service. Five: we demand decent education for New African people, an education that teaches the truth about this jaded, racist society and teach New Afrikan children their rightful place in society. Six: we want an end for the robbery of New Afrikan people in their own communities by white business interests. Seven: we demand the end to police brutality and the murder of New Afrikan people in America. Eight: we demand the release of all New Afrikan men and women held in city, county, state, and federal jail and prisons. Nine: we demand the trial of New Afrikan people before New Afrikan juries, trials by one's- by one's peers who comes from the same economic, social, religious, historical, and racial community. Ten: we want land, just as we want clothing, housing, education, justice, money, and peace. What we believe, we believe that New Afrikan people would not be free until we are able to determine our own destiny. We believe that the federal government is responsible and obligated to give every man employment or a guaranteed income. We believe that if the white American business [inaudible] would not get full employment, then the means of production should be taken from the businesses and placed in the community so that the people of the community can organize and employ all of its people and give a high standard of living. This concludes the first part of what we want and what we believe. Again, this is Bilal Abdul-Salam Bey. Those wishing to reach me about this topic may do so by writing Charley Hughes, #96576, P.O. BOX 1568, Hutchinson, KS 67504.Thank you for your time, effort, and energy. These commentaries are recorded by Prison Radio.
The Sole Purpose By Daryl Mitchell (2:51) Bilal (Charley Hughes) Bey
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This is Bilal Abdul-Salam Bey. This piece is by Daryl Mitchell, number 114031, at the Hutchinson Correctional Facility. It is called the full purpose of 22:12 Islam as presented are Daryl Mitchell. And he says the sole purpose of 22:12 Islam is to reveal the fruitful teachings of [inaudible] who studied Islam—the acronym for intelligence, science, logic and mathematics. The Islam we study also means an acronym for I, self, lord, and master, and I, self, lordess, and master—meaning we believe the spirit of Allah. God is in us as our breath. Spirited derived from the words [inaudible] means to breathe. We believe in I being conscious within our third eye, [inaudible] pineal gland in which is ourselves existing, non-physically, who is the lord or lordess, meaning sovereign supreme ruler and master. A lord is a god, and a lordess is a goddess. In the Holy Bible in Psalms chapter 82 in verses 5 to 6 reads: The gods know nothing. They understand nothing. They walk about in darkness. All the foundations of the earth are sinking. I said you are gods, you are all sons of the most high. If we are gods and we are lords making our women as we goddesses who are lordesses. If we are sons of the most high, then our sisters is daughters of the most high, making us [inaudible], meaning successor and deputy rulers of God, the almighty lord, Making us all by all mighty [inaudible]. This again was written by Darryl Mitchell, number 114031. Any wishing to reach him regarding this, uh, commentary, may do so by writing Darryl Mitchell, D A R Y L M R T C H E L L, number 114031, Hutchinson Correctional Facility, PO box 1568, Hutchinson, Kansas 67504. Thank you for your time, effort and energy. These commentaries are recorded by Prison Radio.
Kansas Healthcare and Rehabilitation Bill Pt 2 (5:22) Bilal Abdul Salem Bay (Charley Hughes)
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This is Bilal Abdul-Salaam Bey, also known as Charley Hughes, inmate at the Hutchinson Correctional Facility in Hutchinson, Kansas. This is part two, section one of the Kansas Healthcare, Education, Rehabilitation, and Reentry Preparedness bill. Be it also enacted that, upon the passage of this bill, the director of contracts and programs shall implement a program within the KDOC titled “Education, Rehabilitation, and Reentry Preparedness Program.” And the secretary of corrections shall designate all [inaudible] with the KDOC for this program. Such programs should be made available to all people incarcerated within the KDOC irrespective of sentence, including sentences of life without parole and death which [inaudible] should be abolished in the state of Kansas. Once enrolled into the ERREP program, a new social/psychological evaluation will be performed along with the case review of the prisoner’s convicted offense. Thereafter an education/rehabilitation curriculum will be made based on the individual needs of the prisoner being evaluated, and a [inaudible] parole date will be set within 30 days. Capital murder cases. Level one capital murder cases will consist of those people currently convicted of a capital offense and sentenced to death or life without parole with two or more victims, murder of a police officer or a child. These people, eligible for parole, will require special review before parole is granted. Review will involve the governor, a classification specialist, and psychologist of the KDOC, and members of a citizens committee selected by the Free Kansas Movement executive committee. This person, after serving 10 to 15 years, and a form completion of the education/rehabilitation program, will then be eligible for review to be placed in the reentry preparedness phase of the program. Upon successful completion of the reentry preparedness phase, this prisoner would then be eligible for parole upon special review. Level two capital cases- capital murder cases. Level two offenders consist of those people convicted of a capital offense with one victim and who are currently finished to life without parole. These prisoners will not require special review and will become parole-eligible upon successful completion of the curriculum and after serving the full base-minimum. Level two offenders, after serving 10 years and upon completion of the education/rehabilitation/reentry curriculum, shall then be paroled back to society. Murder convictions, all other prisoners convicted of murder and sentenced to 60 or more years will receive a base parole range of 7 to 10 years upon completion of their initial review and will be paroled upon completion of education/rehabilitation/reentry preparedness program. Any prisoner convicted for murder is sentenced to life without parole pursuant to the Habitual Felony Offender Act will start with the base parole minimum of 10 years with enhancements available for each prior felony conviction. A prior felony conviction used to enhance but later ruled invalid will be retroactively deducted from the parole date. This concludes the part two of the Kansas Education Rehabilitation and Reentry Preparedness Program Bill. Once again, this was Bilal Abdul-Salaam Bey, also known as Charley Hughes. Those wishing to reach me may do so by writing Charley Hughes, C H A R L E Y H U G H E S, Number 96576, Hutchinson Correctional facility, PO Box 1568, Hutchinson, Kansas 67504. Thank you for your time, effort, and energy. These commentaries are recorded by Noelle Hanrahan of Prison Radio.
Resolutions for Kansas Part 4 & 5 (2:50) Bilal Bey (Charley Hughes)
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This is Bilal Abdul-Salam Bey. also known as Charley Hughes number 96576, a prisoner at the Hutchinson Correctional Facility. This concludes part four and five of the resolution for the Free Kansas movement. Part four: healthcare. Number one: health care insurance program. Therefore be it resolved that the Free Kansas movement call for health insurance to be provided for to all Kansans for costs of $5 per month and those that aren't able to afford it be awarded free coverage. Be it finally resolved that the Free Kansas movement will create a community treasury to pay for health insurance. Number two: healthcare clinics. Therefore be it resolved that the Free Kansas movement calls for health care clinics to provide care for residents free of charge. Be it finally resolved that the Free Kansas movement will train healthcare providers from our community to work in these clinics. Three: mental health for prisoners. Therefore be it resolved that the Free Kansas movement calls for proper treatment of prisoners who have mental health diagnosis. Be it finally resolved that the Free Kansas movement call for prisoners who are diagnosed with mental health disorders to be moved from state prisons to mental health institutions in order to receive the treatment they deserve. Part five: housing. Number one: decent housing. Therefore be it resolved that decent health would be provided for all that is fit for the shelter of human beings. Be it finally resolved that the Free Kansas movement will work with HUD in order to provide decent housing in our communities.This concludes the resolution for the Free Kansas movement. Those wishing to reach me may do so by running Charley Hughes, C H A R L E Y H U G H E S, number 96576, Hutchison Correctional Facility, PO box 1568. Kansas 67504. Thank you for your time, effort and energy. These commentaries are recorded by Noelle Hanrahan of Prison Radio.
Divide Yourself, Escape The Bubble, Find Your Own Path- With Charley Hughes
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Charley Hughes is a great friend of mine, he’s is a former USMMA (Merchant Marines Academy) lacrosse player, and class of 2019, he is currently traveling on a ship working for the Merchant Marines and traveling the world. He is also a dedicated bodybuilding with an amazing mental and physical transformation. Charley and I both grew up in Baltimore in the private school system so we talk about living in the private school “bubble”, breaking out of that bubble, everything he learned in the process, how the USMMA changed his life, traveling, mentality, fitness, having great people around you, striving to be the best version of yourself, and much more. Amazing person, very well-spoken and I know you all will enjoy the episode! Charley’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/charleyhughesfit/ Powerful One Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/powerful0ne/ Tommie Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mountainteep/ Website: https://powerful-one.com/ Podcast: https://powerful-one.com/podcast/ Shop: https://powerful-one.com/shop/ Everything: https://linktr.ee/powerfulone