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Jail calls prove suspect is guilty of killings, prosecutor says

Nicholas Harris confessed the killing in text messages and phone conversations with his now ex-girlfriend

By Paul T. Rosynsky
Oakland Tribune

OAKLAND — Nicholas Harris, 19, told police he had nothing to do with the killings of two rival gang members in West Oakland two years ago.

But evidence presented during a two-week trial showed otherwise, deputy district attorney Charles Wilson told a jury in closing arguments Monday.

Full story:Jail calls prove suspect is guilty of killings, prosecutor says



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