Trump is "Strongly Considering" Pardoning a Corrupt Governor — Who Just Happens to Be a Former "Apprentice" Star
Rod Blagojevich, the former governor of Illinois, is serving a 14-year sentence for trying to sell a Senate seat.
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Meet the Man Pushing the Trump Administration to Pardon War Criminals
In the year since Marine veteran David Gurfein took over United American Patriots, it's raised and spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on legal defense.
Looks Like Canada Will Pardon Small Weed Convictions
Government sources told CBC they’ll announce pardon plans the morning of legalization.
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Kim Kardashian Convincing Trump to Pardon Someone Is Bad, Actually
It's insane how much celebrities are influencing Trump.
Trump to pardon Dinesh D'Souza, right-wing author who mocked Parkland survivors and defended Hitler
D'Souza pled guilty in 2014 to violating campaign finance laws.
Trump to meet with prison reform expert Kim Kardashian at the White House
Kardashian is making the case for a great-grandma doing a life sentence for a first-time drug offense.
Donald Trump pardons Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Lots of People Deserve Pardons and None of Them Are Named Joe Arpaio
An expert told us that however you feel about the former Arizona sheriff, pardoning him is a historically strange move, and not a healthy use of presidential power.
After 20 Years in Prison for Crack, Bobby Reed Caught a Break
A Drug War prisoner VICE met behind bars was one of the last people granted clemency by President Obama.
Why I Rejected President Obama's Clemency Offer
Arnold Ray Jones is doing time for crack, but despite getting an offer of early release from the White House, he's high on Trump.
How Significant Are Obama's 1,385 Commutations?
President Obama has commuted more prison sentences during his presidency than the total number of commutations issued by the past 12 presidents combined. But when you compare the percentage of commutations to the overall prison population, his record...
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Obama Shortened the Sentences of 95 Prisoners Today
Most of them are serving time for nonviolent drug offenses.