We are extremely saddened to share the news with you that Albert Woodfox who was a former Black Panther passed away on 4th August 2022 at the age of 75. Her death news has been confirmed by his family member and people are sad after listening to his news and giving him tribute on their social media accounts. People are searching for him and want to know the cause of his death. So if you are here to know more about him so you are in the right place as we have shared detailed information about him. So, let’s have a look below.
He was the one who spent decades in prison and he was also called one of the Aglona who was released from the jail and became a lawyer. He had spent 44 years and 10 months in Jail. He also shared his story with Solitary in 2019 when he told the story that an officer was killed at Louisilana State Penitentiary and he and Black Panthers were targetted as suspects and without any evidence, he suffered jail of 44 years and ten months. No more information is available on the internet about him.
How Did Albert Woodfox Die?
People want to know the cause of his death as he passed away on 4th August 2022 and he died because of COVID. His death news was confirmed by his brother to CBS news. He was just 75 years old and died because of COVID. He was having a fever and pain in his body but he didn’t think that he would have COVId when he was advised to take a COVID test so the results got positive and his conditions got worse and he died after some days. His family is now shocked as he got released from jail after so long and now he died.
Who Was Albert Woodfox?
People want to know the obituary details but his family want to spend some private time and hasn’t revealed his obituary details of him. Social media is filled with his death news as people are sharing his pictures and giving him tribute as he has kept patience and dealt with the torture he received from the jailers. One of his relatives said that no one can bear this much of pain he suffered without any reason and proved himself. He will be missed by everyone and May Albert Rest In peace.