Harry-O Regrets His Drug Dealing Past in His First Post-Prison Interview

Michael “Harry-O” Harris spoke with the Daily Mail for his first on-camera interview since being released from prison. The 59-year-old, who had been behind bars since 1988, said that he hopes to serve as a “cautionary tale” now that’s he’s a free man. While Snoop Dogg and others were credited with influencing former President Donald Trump to pardon the former drug lord, Harris said billionaire Chris Redlitz, MC Hammer, and other activists were also instrumental in convincing the Trump administration to pardon him. Harris thanked Trump for commuting his sentence and expressed his willingness…

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Update: Michael “Harry-O” Harris Reportedly Receives Presidential Pardon

Update 01/19/2021 1:38pm: Death Row co-founder Michael “Harry-O” Harris is reportedly set to be released from prison immediately following Snoop Dogg and two activists’ successful efforts to get the former Los Angeles drug kingpin pardoned by outgoing president, Donald Trump. Harris was scheduled to be released in 2028, and had been fighting for his release for years. During his 30 plus years of being incarcerated, Harris has encountered health issues and recently contracted the coronavirus. He has also been stricken with an ailment called Guillain-Barré Syndrome, which attacks the immune system and…

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Snoop Dogg Quietly Lobbying Trump To Pardon Death Row Co-Founder Harry-O

Snoop Dogg has openly criticized Donald Trump throughout his term as President of the United States. However, as Trump prepares to pardon 100 inmates on his final day in office, Snoop is quietly working with a pair of activists close to the White House in an effort to convince the outgoing president to pardon Death Row Records co-founder, Michael “Harry-O” Harris. “The president knows about it. I’ve spoken with Ivanka [Trump] and I’ve spoken with Jared [Kushner], and I’ve been told that President Trump is aware of the case and has been…

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