Nathaniel Abraham The 11 Year Old Killer

Nathaniel Abraham was an eleven year old from Michigan when he murdered a man

According to court documents Nathaniel Abraham was playing with a gun when he pointed it at a man and fired. The bullet would take the life of a man he did not know

During the court proceedings it was revealed that days before the murder Nathaniel Abraham had practiced target shooting, told his girlfriend he was going to kill someone and when arrested would give police conflicting reports.

Nathaniel Abraham would spend seven years in youth detention and since being released has been arrested several times and is currently serving a long prison sentence for selling drugs

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Where is Nathaniel Abraham now

Nathaniel Abraham is currently incarcerated at the Muskegon Correctional Facility

When is Nathaniel Abraham release date

Nathaniel Abraham is eligible for parole in 2025 and his max date is 2057

Nathaniel Abraham Back In Prison

As Nathaniel Abraham’s most recent legal troubles play out in court, the man notorious for being the state’s youngest convicted murderer is being held in isolation at the Oakland County Jail, said his attorney — which he calls “cruel” and unwarranted.

“I think it’s very extreme,” said James Galen, following a court hearing Thursday before Judge Ronda Fowlkes Gross of Pontiac’s 50th district court. “I truly believe it’s in retaliation or retribution for (the incident with deputies that led to his arrest Aug. 6) — and for who he is.”

Abraham, 32, is charged with indecent exposure, alleged by a Pontiac woman Aug. 6, and three felony counts of assaulting a police officer/resisting arrest on Aug. 8 when he was chased down for not appearing in court that day as authorities say he promised to do. One of the assault charges includes causing injury to an officer, punishable by up to four years in prison.

Galen said Thursday that Abraham has been in the jail’s “K-Block” since at least Aug. 20, which he describes as a group of “6-foot by 8-foot cells” each holding one inmate only. “He’s locked in at least 23 hours a day,” Galen said.

What landed Abraham in that section of the jail is unclear, but Galen said he was told by a lieutenant with the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office that it was due to an incident at the jail, yet didn’t elaborate. Galen said he has no knowledge of Abraham being given “any tickets” during his most recent incarceration.

Galen raised the jail issue with Gross during Thursday’s hearing, but the judge said it isn’t hers to decide.

“I do not tell Sheriff Bouchard how to run his jail, and I will not tell Sheriff Bouchard how to run his jail,” Gross said.

Galen also asked for a reduction in Abraham’s $25,000 bond — claiming Abraham isn’t a flight risk and poses no danger to others or himself. Gross said she’s taking it “under advisement,” indicating she may consider a change following a preliminary exam next Tuesday.

Testimony will be offered at the Aug. 28 preliminary exam for Gross to determine if Abraham will be bound over to circuit court for the charges of assaulting/resisting police. Galen is building his case on what he says is a misunderstanding by Abraham due to a written notice he received after posting an interim bond for the misdemeanor indecent exposure charge, indicating his next court appearance was Aug. 20. However, an Oakland County sheriff’s deputy visited Abraham at his home on Aug. 7 and explained he was instead required to appear Aug. 8. Abraham failed to show up that morning as he was supposed to, and soon after was spotted walking down a street in Pontiac. That led to him being chased down and resulted in the resisting and assault charges.

Abraham also has a hearing before 50th District Judge Preston Thomas on Aug. 28 for the indecent exposure charge.

At age 11, Abraham shot to death a man outside a Pontiac party store, using a stolen rifle. He was incarcerated until just before his 21st birthday. Less than two years later, he pleaded guilty to drug charges and was imprisoned until June 28, 2017. While in prison, he pleaded guilty to assaulting a prison employee. He was released from parole on June 28 of this year.

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