Ohio political prisoner: ‘Fight or die’ Published Feb 9, 2007 10:09 PM Ohio prosecutors allege that Keith Lamar was the leader of a group of prisoners dubbed the death squad and was responsible for ordering the deaths of five inmates during Ohio’s longest and bloodiest prison uprising, at Lucasville in 1993. Since the uprising he has taken the African name Bomani Shakur
"If they come in here, they're going to kill all of us." They're going to kill this man and me, no matter what color we are." George Skatzes' quote at the time of the Lucasville Riot.