Punish the Traitor: Milton Coleman

We're goin to make an example of Milton Colman!" cried the religious leader on a radio show broadcast from Chicago. "What do [we] intend to do to Mr. Coleman? At this point, no physical harm . . . We're going to punish the traitor and make the traitor beg for forgiveness . . . One day soon we will punish you with death! . . . This is a fitting punishment for such dogs." Coleman's wife, he promised, would "go to hell . . . the same punishment that's due that no-good, filthy traitor." The speaker: Louis Farrakhan, leader of the...

Want the full story?

Subscribe Now


Learn more about the benefits of being a TIME subscriber

If you are already a subscriber sign up — registration is free!