Panthers Game Guy Arrested: Fans continue to pour onto fields and disrupt sports, regardless of whether or not there is a global epidemic. At Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, this was the situation on Sunday during the Carolina Panthers vs Philadelphia Eagles game. During the Panthers’ preparations to kick the ball away to the Eagles, the shirtless guy made his way onto the field and took a seat at the Eagles’ 35-yard line, thus putting an end to the play.
His exit from the field was ultimately forced by security, but not before he had pumped up the fans and received a warm round of applause from the audience. It was the first time she was made to think she would finally see her father as a free man that Antoinette Russell remembers with vivid detail. He phoned her on a jail phone, his voice trembling with joy, and told her, “I’m going home!” He was in prison at the time.
He was a former member of the Black Panther Party and its underground branch, the Black Liberation Army, and he has served almost 47 years in jail for his role in the 1971 killings of two New York City police officers in the borough of Manhattan. One of those policemen happened to be Diane’s husband, Joseph Piagentini.
Muntaqim is one of 19 black radicals, including two women, who are still imprisoned 40 or more years after they were convicted for violent actions connected to the black liberation fight. Muntaqim is one of the most prominent members of the radical black liberation movement. Romaine “Chip” Fitzgerald, the prisoner with the longest prison sentence, will reach the milestone of 50 years in prison next year. Sundiata Acoli, the eldest of the group, is 81 years old.
Additional black radicals have died in jail after 2000, mostly as a result of illness or other causes.
The 19 militants who are now imprisoned were all members of the black revolutionary movement in the 1970s. Despite the fact that many of them maintain their innocence, they were found guilty of murdering for dark power, and they remain imprisoned as a result of their actions today.
17 years have passed since that time. From that point on, she has been subjected to the same excruciating ordeal every two years. In an interview at her home in Montgomery, Alabama, she described how he would phone and say the same thing every time: “I’m coming home.”
The moment came when I told my father, “Daddy, I’m not going to put up with this any longer.'” Every time I get my hopes up, believing you’re going to be freed, it turns out that you aren’t. ‘It makes me sick every time.'”
Diane Piagentini, who lives a thousand miles away in Deer Park, Long Island, is caught in the exact same horrific cycle, which she believes is linked to the same guy. Her experience was described as follows: “Every two years, the Band-Aid is pulled off your heart, and you have to remember everything that occurred and play it over and over again.”
There are some parallels between the terrible agony experienced by these two ladies; yet, they are completely different when it comes to their wishes about what should happen to him.
Russell is hopeful that her father will be allowed to go free. Piagentini prays that he rots in his cell till the end of time, until the end of time.
“He should be imprisoned for the rest of his life,” says the judge. When you commit such a terrible act, you deserve nothing less than the death sentence.”
Two ladies are obsessed with Antoinette Russell’s father, Jalil Muntaqim. He lives in a maximum security jail under the alias Anthony Bottom and the ID number 77A4283 and is known by his birth name and ID number, which are also 77A4283.