Bill O’Neal invades the Black Panthers per FBI Agent Mitchell and J. Edgar Hoover. As Black Panther Chairman Fred Hampton rises, falling for an individual progressive in transit, a fight compensation for O’Neal’s spirit.
Fred Hampton’s mysterious capacity to bring likely adversaries and opponents together made him perilous to an America all around content with the bigoted the norm. So he turned out to be one more section in the “Dark Messiah” initiating sweepstakes the FBI continued granting after their earlier possibility for the title were killed.
Hampton would be killed also, on December 4, 1969, precisely 20 months after the last “Dark Messiah,” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was slaughtered. O’Neal assumed an enormous part in encouraging this misfortune, giving Hampton’s condo format and in any event, doing a touch of the FBI’s filthy work a couple of hours prior. Since he was a confided in friend whose extreme objective was treachery, the Biblical reference in the title is a fitting one.