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Crime history: 1960s radical captured in Ga. deputy's killing

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On this day, March 20, in 2000, a former Black Panther once known as H. Rap Brown was captured on charges that he killed one sheriff's deputy and wounded another in Georgia. Brown had been a radical figure in the 1960s and famously said, "Violence is as American as cherry pie." In 2000, Brown was a longtime Muslim clergyman who had changed his name to Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin. He had been charged...

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