For those who missed it, my oldest son Miles put a link in a comment to an interview with the author of a book on Geronimo Pratt, the Black Panther activist from L.A. at the time who was convicted of a murder he didn't commit and jailed for almost three decades before having the verdict overturned,. the victim of an obvious frame. The link to that interview is here.
The connection to my son Miles' song "Soul Breaker" (the only song he's written both lyrics and music to entirely on his own, the in Bell Engine's first CD it is an arrangement by the band and sung by the vocalists and guitar players and writers of all the other songs on the CD, John and Lisa) is that it was inspired by his reading this book and being deeply moved not just by Pratt's plight but how he remained positive and of service throughout his prison stay, even after many years being held in solitary, and continued to be of service to his community after he was finally freed.
"Soul Breaker" can be listened to (and the lyrics read) here (scroll to the bottom of the page).