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Inmate Rejects Clemency Given By Obama

Arnold Ray Jones followed along with more than 29,000 other federal inmates recently, when President Obama announced a program that would grant executive clemency to drug offenders given long sentences, by asking Obama for a presidential commutation. When it arrived on August 3, however, Jones refused to accept. The inmate’s change of heart only highlights... Read more » Inmate Rejects
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