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mynameis
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Dec 12 2007, 07:09 PM #1

Bush Pardons, Commuted Sentence
December 11, 2007 - 9:20pm
By The Associated Press

(AP) - Those President Bush granted pardons or a commuted sentence:

PARDONED

_ James Albert Bodendieck Sr., of New Athens, Ill., convicted in 1959 of interstate transportation of a stolen vehicle.

_ Jeffrey James Bruce, of Chandler, Okla., convicted in 1994 of possession of stolen mail.

_ Charles Wayne Bryant, of Sautee, Ga., convicted in 1962 of theft of United States mail matter by employee.

_ Carleton Gregory Carpenter, of Wayland, Mass., convicted in 1981 of making a false representation with respect to information required to be kept in the records of a person holding a federal firearms license.

_ John Edward Casto, of Ripley, W.Va., convicted in 1990 of distribution of cocaine.

_ Jackie Ray Clayborn, of Deer, Ark., convicted in 1993 of manufacturing marijuana.

_ Debbie Sue Conklin, formerly known as Debbie Sue McAlevy, of Douglas, Wyo., convicted in 1990 of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine.

_ Charles Richard Fennell, of Valencia, Calif., convicted in 1995 of false statement to a federally insured financial institution.

_ John Fornaby, of Boynton Beach, Fla., convicted in 1991 of conspiracy to distribute cocaine.

_ Daniel Ray Freeman, of Douglas, Ga., convicted in 1963 of violation of Internal Revenue liquor laws.

_ Thomas Dee Gandy, of Wichita, Kan., convicted in 1996 of mail fraud affecting a financial institution.

_ Melton Harrell, of Cairo, Ga., convicted in 1976 of theft of government property and receiving stolen government property.

_ Paul Dwight Hawkins, of Lafayette, La., convicted in 1990 of conspiracy to import marijuana.

_ Roger Paul Ingram, of Round Rock, Texas, convicted in 1987 of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute an analogue of a Schedule I controlled substance, Ecstasy.

_ William Lucius Jones Jr., of Birmingham, Ala., convicted in 1972 of illegal possession of an unregistered firearm.

_ William Charles Jordan, Jr., of Dover, Pa., convicted in 2000 of managing and conducting an illegal gambling business.

_ Saul Kaplan, of Scranton, Pa., convicted in 1992 of violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act.

_ Billy Joe LaForce, of San Antonio, convicted in 1991 of conspiracy to possess marijuana with intent to distribute.

_ Rudolph J. Macejak, of Morton Grove, Ill., convicted in 1986 of possession of an unregistered firearm.

_ John F. McDermott, of Moretown, Vt., convicted in 1995 of receiving kickbacks in defense procurement contracts.

_ William James Norman, of Tallahassee, Fla., convicted in 1970 of possession of an unregistered distillery, carrying on the business of a distiller without giving the required bond, possession and custody of a still without the required sign outside the premises, working at a distillery without the required sign outside the premises and unlawfully producing distilled spirits from mash and similar material.

_ Glanus Terrell Osborne, of Dallas, Ga., convicted in 1990 of possession of a stolen motor vehicle.

_ John Gordon Smith, of Littleton, Colo., convicted in 1988 of false statement to a federal agency.

_ Walter J. Sweeney, III, of Cincinnati, Ohio, convicted in 1993 of attempting to evade income taxes.

_ Nancy Lynn Thompson, of Bainbridge, Ga., convicted in 1997 of embezzlement by a bank employee.

_ Daryl Toney, of Montgomery, Ala., convicted in 1993 of misdemeanor theft within the special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of the United States.

_ Charles Eddie Trobaugh, of Whitleyville, Tenn., convicted in 1965 of liquor law violations.

_ Samuel Lewis Whisel, of Boiling Springs, Pa., convicted in 1989 of aiding and abetting the interstate transportation of stolen goods.

_ Steven Wayne Whitlock, of Sarasota, Fla., convicted in 1990 of conspiracy to import marijuana.

COMMUTED SENTENCE

_ Michael Dwayne Short, of Hyattsville, Md., convicted in 1992 of aiding and abetting the distribution of cocaine base.

Source: Justice Department's Office of the Pardon Attorney

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Dec 12 2007, 08:26 PM #2

Why put the list twice in one post?
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Dec 17 2007, 02:33 AM #3

Be interesting to know their political affiliation.
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