He’s not angry.
He’s been eating everything he can.
And he’s noticed how distracted we all are thanks to our smartphones.
But mostly, Lamonte McIntyre says, he spent most of his time in his first week out of prison after 23 years for a crime he didn’t commit:
“Trying to force myself to believe it’s real,” he says. “That’s what I’ll spend my life doing.”
On Friday, Oct. 13, McIntyre, 41, was exonerated for a double murder he was convicted of in what Wyandotte County District Attorney Mark Dupree said was a “manifest injustice.”