By Ann Brown
Imprisoned former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick may be going home on Nov. 3 after seven years behind bars, according to Michigan State Rep. Karen Whitsett. If it’s true, the hip-hop mayor will be out election day.
News of Kilpatrick’s release, however, has not been confirmed, Fox 2 reported. The announcement came from Whitsett, who claimed that her higher sources relayed this information to her. There is some doubt about this because back in May, Whitsett also claimed Kilpatrick would be released from prison due to covid-19, but that was untrue, Detroit News reported.
Kilpatrick’s sister also claims Kilpatrick will soon be released.
“Due to suffering severe health challenges we expect Kwame Kilpatrick to receive a grant for covid-19 compassionate release from the FBOP this week,” Ayanna Kilpatrick tweeted on Nov. 1, Click On Detroit reported.
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