Wrongfully convicted man who spent nearly 20 years in prison: ‘Kamala ruined my life, a lot of lives’

Wrongfully convicted man who spent nearly 20 years in prison: ‘Kamala ruined my life, a lot of lives’
Caramad Conley being reunited with his family after his release from prison (Image: U. of Michigan Law School)

[Ed. – Yep. She’s definitely the prison reformer the Black Lives Matter movement craves.]

A man who spent nearly two decades in prison after being wrongly convicted of murder has dubbed Kamala Harris an ‘opportunist’ who should recognize she has ‘ruined a few lives’ during her time as a prosecutor.

Harris, 55, who was added to the Democratic ticket last week, served as the San Francisco District Attorney between 2003 and 2010 before becoming California‘s Attorney General.

Now her record in both roles is coming under scrutiny as she prepares to battle for the White House alongside Joe Biden.

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Known for her tough stance on crime, Harris oversaw a number of prosecutions that ended with a wrongful conviction, including that of Jamal Trulove who was sent to prison in 2007, convicted of the murder of his friend – despite no physical evidence linking him to the crime.

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