Free Meek – Official Trailer | Prime Video

Watch the official trailer for the Amazon Original Free Meek, premiering on Prime Video August 9, 2019. This explosive docu-series, from Executive Producer Jay-Z, exposes the story of Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill’s 2017 arrest for probation violations. An investigation of his original case explores allegations of police corruption as Meek becomes the face of a powerful justice reform movement.

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This intimate documentary series chronicles Meek Mill’s transformation from chart-topping rapper to galvanizing face of criminal justice reform. As Meek, his family and his legal team fight for his freedom, cameras capture the birth of the #FREEMEEK movement and re-investigate a case filled with allegations of dirty cops and systemic corruption in a broken judicial system.

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16 replies
  1. L H
    L H says:

    Just saw the documentary.
    The system is totally flawed.
    When defense attorneys and DA’s are friends and are constantly helping each other out…
    When you’re told to pay for classes and attend classes and meetings causing you to lose your job to fulfill unrealistic probation requirements.
    When you’re forced to plea to lesser charges just to be able to stay out of jail.
    When first time offenders are categorized and treated as repeat offenders
    When the court doesn’t take each situation as an individual case and treat it as an assembly line of cases.
    When you’re automatically guilty for being black, Hispanic, tattooed, poor, uneducated.
    Being in prison is suffocating
    Being on parole and probation is the system with its hands around your neck…..
    Just not squeezing tight.

  2. Imboch Neras
    Imboch Neras says:

    Remember kids, if youre not signed to a Jay Z label you cant make him richer by becoming the face of Justice reforms, so lets all thank daddy jay z for his selflessness poured so selflessly into this exploiting I mean…. explosive! docu-series.

  3. Anonymous Person
    Anonymous Person says:

    If meek really cared about criminal justice reform he would have met with trump, the leader of the executive branch, when he offered, sat down with him and came up with some solutions. Instead he cancelled because jay-z doesn’t like trump. He cares about image not making real changes

  4. Donnell Adams
    Donnell Adams says:

    I remember meek getting hit with that 11 plus years of probation. That was in either 05 or 06. When D.A. Lynne Abraham was in office. That lady charged anything that she could to anyone arrested in Philadelphia and the judges followed her. She believed in mass incarceration and the death penalty. My father, my uncle, my cousin and my big brother were all charged and prosecuted by this woman. My cousin was falsely convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison. He fought his case for 21 years and beat it at 2and trial. Philadelphia is rough especially at 1301 Filbert Street.


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