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Exonerated after 43 years in jail despite his innocence, Kevin Strickland opens up to Joy Reid

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Kevin Strickland, who was wrongfully convicted by an all-White jury in 1979, joins Joy Reid to talk about his exoneration after spending 43 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit.