Albert Woodfox (center) is greeted by Robert King (right) at the Ashe Cultural Arts Center in New Orleans on Feb. 19, after his release from Louisiana State Penitentiary that day. Max Becherer/AP hide caption

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After Decades In Solitary, Last Of The 'Angola 3' Carry On Their Struggle
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Albert Woodfox, shown in an undated prison photo. Prosecutors want to keep the former Black Panther leader behind bars as he awaits a third trial in the 1972 murder of Brent Miller, a 23-year-old guard at the Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola. AP hide caption

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