Pete O’Neal, then leader of the KC Chapter of the Black Panthers, spoke at the All Souls Forum on 25 May 1969 on “Why Revolution?”  A short time later, he was charged with transporting a weapon across state lines.  Out on bond, O’Neal and his wife fled to Algeria and then Tanzania where he has remained in exile.  Steve Penn is a former columnist for the Kansas City Star and author of the book, Case for a Pardon, the Pete O’Neal Story.

ON All Souls Forum | October 16, 2013 | 12:00 pm

The Pete O’Neal Story, Push for his Pardon and Return, with Steve Penn

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Pete O’Neal, then leader of the KC Chapter of the Black Panthers, spoke at the All Souls Forum on 25 May 1969 on “Why Revolution?”  A short time later, he was charged with transporting a weapon across state lines.  Out on bond, O’Neal and his wife fled to Algeria and then Tanzania where he has remained in exile.  Steve Penn is a former columnist for the Kansas City Star and author of the book, Case for a Pardon, the Pete O’Neal Story.

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