Nathaniel Abraham, convicted in 1997 Pontiac murder at 11-years-old, released from prison
DETROIT – Nathaniel Abraham was convicted in a murder case at the age of 11. More than 20 years later, he's a free man.
Abraham was convicted of murder in the 1997 fatal shooting of 18-year-old Ronnie Greene in Pontiac. He spent eight years in prison and was released only to be caught a short time later selling drugs.
In 2010, Abraham was convicted for assaulting prison guards.
Abraham was released from prison on June 28, 2017 and has been out and on parole ever since. He was discharged from parole on June 28 of this year.
Back in 2007, Paula Tutman interviewed Abraham when he was 21-years-old, when he was released from prison the first time.
You may remember Nathaniel Abraham - in 1997 at 11yo he was convicted of murder in #Pontiac - spent 8yrs is prison & was released only to be caught short time later selling drugs & then assaulted prison guards. He was recently discharged from prison. I'm told no issues so far. pic.twitter.com/8EYWM739fF— Chuck Jackson (@NewsDeskChuck) August 1, 2018
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