The D.A. Charged A Man With Murder In A Notorious Palmdale Killing. A Decade Later, The Same Office Seeks To Toss His Conviction

From behind bars, Raymond Lee Jennings begged a judge to throw out his murder conviction. He’d been in the dimly lit Palmdale parking that winter night as a security guard, but he swore he had nothing to do with killing 18-year-old Michelle O’Keefe.

Now — more than a decade after his arrest — he has a surprise ally in his request to drop the case: The same district attorney’s office that prosecuted him.

The D.A. charged a man with murder in a notorious Palmdale killing. A decade later, the same office seeks to toss his conviction
The D.A Who Charged a Man With Murder Now Seeks To Toss his Conviction
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The D.A. charged a man with murder in a notorious Palmdale killing. A decade later, the same office seeks to toss his conviction