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Midget Molley is best known as the drug dealer who became the "King of Atlantic City".
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Molley was convicted and sentenced to a 25-year term in Terra Haute, Indiana, but after a violent outburst he was transferred to Atlanta, Georgia. Over the next 18 years of incarceration, Molley bounced from Georgia to Leavenworth, Kansas, and finally Marion, Illinois, before he was released. During his imprisonment, Molley relinquished his drug ties and reconnected with the Islamic faith.
Molley alleges that, in the wake of the tragedy of September 11, 2001,
he was abused for his religious preferences. To keep him safe, prison officials moved Molley to death row in Terra Haute, where they felt 24-hour lockdown security would protect him more fully. He served the remaining eight months of his sentence there until his 2006 release. As a result of his experiences, he now acts as an advocate for incarcerated Muslims and speaks to youth about staying free of crime.
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