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  • A son's letter to a board that might release 1 of the men who killed his dad.

    Al'Mahn Wilson was three months old when his father, Al Wilson, was brutally murdered. One of the men convicted in the killing is up for parole. This is Al'Mahn's letter to the parole board about the loss of his father.

A son's letter to a board that might release 1 of the men who killed his dad.

Al'Mahn Wilson was three months old when his father, Al Wilson, was brutally murdered. One of the men convicted in the killing is up for parole. This is Al'Mahn's letter to the parole board about the loss of his father.
John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com