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After 41 Years in Solitary, 'Angola Three' Prisoner Renews Fight for Justice


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After 41 Years in Solitary, 'Angola Three' Prisoner Renews Fight for Justice

Nadia Prupis, staff writer

After serving more than 41 years in solitary confinement, the longest sentence in isolation ever served by a U.S. inmate, Angola Three prisoner Albert Woodfox had a new day in court on Thursday to seek damages against Louisiana prison authorities for constitutional rights violations.