The civil rights pioneer explained that Meek appears decided, powerful and without a trace of bitterness following being sentenced to prison for 2 to 4 years for violating his probation ... violations that Al says weren't pursued as offenses, but penalized as such, regardless.
He also talked about his time defending Tupac Shakur in the '90s to assist him out of solitary confinement, describing how he is the ideal man to assist Meek fight his case now.
Al Sharpton met with Meek Mill behind bars, also states that the rapper told him that he wished to serve as bateau to others that are wrongly imprisoned ... as he's now.
Al emerged Monday together with Meek's attorney, Joe Tacopina, to handle his prison visit with the guy he promised to assist, and he says Meek wants him to help shed a light to a broken criminal justice system. Al states Meek is also decided to become a voice for the voiceless.
Seems like Al in the corner of Meek.