Monster: The Autobiography of an L.A. Gang Member - Muhammad Abdullah Summary & Analysis

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Muhammad Abdullah Summary and Analysis

Kody's little brother arrives at the youth facility while Kody is being held in maximum security. Kody, seeking to organize a revenge attack for the murder of a fellow gang member on the outside, sends words for his group to meet at the Islam services where he plans to plot a new attack. They begin talking among themselves as soon as the service leaders begin to show a film and are told to stop "disrespecting" the services or to leave. They leave and are caught outside the services without a staff escort, prompting them all to be moved to lock down. When the Muslin service leader backs up their story that he told them to leave, they're no longer in trouble for being on the grounds without a staff member.

Kody respects the leader's action and later apologizes for...

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