Wrongly jailed for 30 years, Black Alabaman says justice requires voting

Montgomery (United States) (AFP) – Anthony Ray Hinton, an innocent man, spent 30 years on death row in Alabama because, he says, he was “black and poor.” His name finally cleared, he now campaigns for justice — which he says can only be achieved by beating Donald Trump at the ballot box. The 64-year-old African-American, his hair and beard graying, has mixed memories of the fateful day of April 3, 2015.  After three decades behind bars — and under constant threat of execution — he regained his freedom on that day to start the second phase of his life. “It was like I was walking on clouds” a…

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