In some ways, by refusing to release the dying Black leader, federal authorities have effectively converted his "punishment" to a death sentence.
“Acoli must be released because the statutory standards for granting parole have been met, without regard to extraneous factors like sympathy or passion or public opinion," read the court's decision.
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