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In 2015, Kamala Harris, then the Attorney General of California, filed second-degree murder charges against Jerrod Menz, the president of an accredited in-patient drug treatment center. Five years earlier, a client died only hours after being admitted to a company facility. The local coroner ruled the untimely death occurred from natural causes. However, a spiteful local competitor found an ally in an employee of a San Francisco area hedge fund shorting the company's publicly traded stock. Were the major players misusing inside information to profit from the stock's rapid decline? Did Kamala Harris or her husband, who's law firm performed legal work for a potential acquisition target of the company, profit in any way? Jerrod Menz reveals how he believes Kamala Harris played a role in murdering an American success story.