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After being sentenced to life in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, a San Francisco man will finally get justice.
In 2007, Jamal Trulove was tried and convicted in the killing of his friend Seu Kuka.
Reported on The Root, “Trulove sued the officers involved, and a federal jury determined that the two lead homicide inspectors on the case, Maureen D’Amico, and Michael Johnson, not only made up evidence against Trulove but withheld evidence that would have helped him.”
What’s more unfair about this case is that although a federal jury concluded that the officers involved were wrong, they didn’t receive any punishment. The four officers involved retired and nothing happened to them.
Trulove isn’t letting the officers off that easily. He took to Twitter and said that he’s not finished with these “cowards” yet. Take a look:
And trust me I’m not done with them by a long shot!! After what these cowards of the law did to me, I will lit my freedom ring through every platform I get to show what injustice really looks like. Me! #JamalTrulove #LifeAfterLife #Reform #SanFrancisco
“And Sand still i rise” pic.twitter.com/ON3sR3uBgf
— jamal trulove (@jamaltrulove) March 20, 2019