Person    | Male  Born 30/5/1942 

Robert Hillary King / Robert King Wilkerson

Categories: Law, Race Issues, Tragedy

Robert Hillary King, also known as Robert King Wilkerson, is an American known as one of the Angola Three (King, Herman Wallace and Albert Woodfox) former prisoners who were held at Louisiana State Penitentiary in solitary confinement for decades after being convicted in 1972/3 of prison murders. King was released 2001.

See Herman Wallace for more information.

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Robert Hillary King / Robert King Wilkerson

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Mosaic House, back - Angola Three

Angola Three: Herman Wallace, Albert Woodfox, King Wilkerson

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