George is a young African-American inmate serving time in Folsom after living a difficult life moving from foster home to foster home,never really connecting with anyone or bonding with another

George is a young African-American inmate serving time in Folsom after living a difficult life moving from foster home to foster home,never really connecting with anyone or bonding with another individual.Having just returned from serving extended periods of time in administrative segregation,George is feeling angry and wants revenge.He is approached in the yard by another inmate who suggests that he seek the counsel of Raffi,an in-house Imam of sorts.Raffi spends hours with George,sensing George’s vulnerability to suggestion – Raffi channels George’s anger,convincing him that he (George)is a victim of “the evils of West” and that George can do something about it.Raffi says he will show George how if George is willing to prove himself worthy.George begins to spend more time reading militant Islamic writings and meeting with other converted inmates.George believes he has now “found his way” and “is worthy” and seeks out Raffi for guidance on “how”.Raffi then introduces him to others in the group and assigns George a “very important job”.
A)Four
B)Three
C)Five
D)Six

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