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A flag made by artist Dolores Huffman in 1969 proclaims "Free Huey". BPP co-founder Huey Newton was jailed was accused of killing police officer John Frey and spent 22 months in prison in the late 1960's before being released following three separate trials, the last two of which resulted in hung juries. Seen at the Oakland Museum of California, Oct. 19, 2016. Photo by Andrew Beale.

A flag made by artist Dolores Huffman in 1969 proclaims “Free Huey”. BPP co-founder Huey Newton was jailed was accused of killing police officer John Frey and spent 22 months in prison in the late 1960’s before being released following three separate trials, the last two of which resulted in hung juries. Seen at the Oakland Museum of California, Oct. 19, 2016. Photo by Andrew Beale.

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