Siddique Abdullah Hasan (Carlos Sanders)

Siddique Abdullah Hasan (Carlos Sanders) # R 130-559
Ohio State Penitentiary
878 Coitsville-Hubbard Road
Youngstown, OH 44505

From: / Free Press:

Siddique Abdullah Hasan is a prison Imam, a skilled writer, and a compassionate mentor and friend to fellow inmates. He was placed on death-row for his alleged leadership role in the 1993 Lucasville rebellion.

The riots occurred shortly before his scheduled release. Hasan maintains his innocence. His case has found widespread popular support, but is nearing the end of appeals.

Some of Hasan’s writings and talks/interviews online:

Hasan Press Release May 6th, 2013 – audio

Imam Siddique Abdullah Hasan- audio February 20th, 2013

Siddique Abdullah Hasan – audio Feb 5th, 2013

On Bob Fitrakis’ Fight Back Radio Show of June 27th 2012

On Prison Radio

What Makes Me a Political Prisoner? By Imam Siddique Abdullah Hasan, Statement made at August 2011 Anarchist Black Cross convergence in Colorado (2011).

Siddique Abdullah Hasan on PrisonRadio (2007)

Siddique Abdullah Hasan: Unjustly Convicted (2007, Prison Radio, MP3)

WW inverviews member of Lucasville 5 (11 Nov. 2007)

3-part Interview with Siddique Abdullah Hasan, by Martha Grevatt in Workers World (2007):
Part 1 (March 29, 2007)
Part 2 (Nov 11, 2007)
Part 3: Our Struggles Are The Same (Nov. 21, 2007)

Travesties of Justice: An interview with Siddique Abdullah Hasan
by Daniel Sturm, Feb. 5, 2006

Open letter from Siddique Abdullah Hasan, written 7th of March 2002

Documents related to conviction and appeals, from D.B.A. Press site