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Khalil Amani on The Opperman Report!
By Khalil Amani
There has been lots of speculation surrounding Khalil Amani as a government operative. Indeed, he was a government informant, but don't be mislead and think that his story is your everyday garden variety "snitch" narrative.
Khalil Amani has done plenty of interviews over the years about his cult experience—starting in 1988 on CBS’s national TV show, “West 57th Street” when he was 28 years old, looking like a broke Morris Day with a Jheri Curl and a purple paisley suit. In 2010, Amani appeared on The Biography Channel’s, “I Survived” (a cult) and then again in 2013 on The Biography Channel’s, “Escaping Evil: My life in a Cult.” In 1994, Sydney P. Freedberg published her book, "Brother Love: Murder, Money and a Messiah," which documented Khalil Amani's life in the Yahweh cult and then, in 2007, Khalil Amani penned his memoir, "My Id: Ignant & Dissfunkshunal! Life in the Yahweh Cult and the Witness Protection Program." (iuniverse.com)
Khalil Amani in 1988 on national TV/CBS's "West 57th Street."
Khalil Amani on The Biography Channel's "I Survived a Cult" in 2010.
Khalil Amani on The Biography Channel's, "Escaping Evil: My Life in a Cult" in 2013.
Khalil Amani has been in numerous print mediums, like The Miami Herald, Esquire Magazine, Straight Stuntin Magazine, Spin magazine, Miami Times and the Miami New Times.
Most recently, Khalil Amani filmed for an upcoming 2018 TV show with the ID (Investigative Discovery Channel). Stay tuned!
Khalill Amani’s most recent interview is with The Opperman Report with Ed Opperman of Las Vegas, who is a private investigator and author who delves into true crime stories, conspiracy theories, social injustices and New World Order resistance.
If you’re reading this blog, click on the video and listen as Khalil Amani discusses his involvement in the Nation of Yahweh cult in Miami during the 1980’s—his work as a “Confidential Informant” with the FBI—and having to enter the Federal Witness Protection Program. Or, go on YouTube to The Opperman Report and listen to this very informative conversation. This is a one-of-a-kind interview! Enjoy!