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Those pardoned Friday by Obama:
_ Robert Leroy Bebee of Rockville, Md., sentenced to two years' probation for concealing a felony or concealing information about a felony.
_ James Anthony Bordinaro of Gloucester, Mass., sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment, three years supervised release and a $55,000 fine for conspiracy to restrain, suppress and eliminate competition in violation of the Sherman Act and conspiracy to submit false statements.
_ Kelli Elisabeth Collins of Harrison, Ark., sentenced to five years' probation for aiding and abetting a wire fraud.
_Edwin Hardy Futch Jr., of Pembroke, Ga., sentenced to five years' probation and $2,399.72 restitution for theft from an interstate shipment.
_Cindy Marie Griffith of Moyock, N.C., sentenced to two years' probation with 100 hours of community service for distribution of satellite cable television decryption devices.
_ Roy Eugene Grimes Sr. of Athens, Tenn., sentenced to 18 months' probation for falsely altering a U.S. postal money order, and passing, uttering and publishing a forged and altered money order with intent to defraud.
_ Jon Christopher Kozeliski of Decatur, Ill., sentenced to one year of probation with six months of home confinement and $10,000 fine for conspiracy to traffic counterfeit goods.
_ Jimmy Ray Mattison of Anderson, S.C., sentenced to three years' probation for conspiracy to transport and cause the transportation of altered securities in interstate commerce and transporting and causing the transportation of altered securities in interstate commerce.
_ An Na Peng of Honolulu, sentenced to two years' probation and $2,000 fine for conspiracy to defraud the Immigration and Naturalization Service.
_Michael John Petri of Montrose, S.D., sentenced to five years' imprisonment and three years' supervised release for conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of a controlled substance (cocaine).
_ Karen Alicia Ragee of Decatur, Ill., sentenced to a year's probation, including six months of home confinement, and a $2,500 fine for conspiracy to traffic counterfeit items.
_ Jamari Salleh of Alexandria, Va., sentenced to four years' probation, fined $5,000 and ordered to pay $5,900 in restitution for filing false claims upon and against the United States.
_ Alfor Sharkey of Omaha, Neb., sentenced to three years' probation with 100 hours of community service and ordered to pay $2,750 in restitution for the unauthorized acquisition of food stamps.
_ Donald Barrie Simon Jr. of Chattanooga, Tenn., sentenced to two years in prison and three years of probation for aiding and abetting in the theft of an interstate shipment.
_ Lynn Marie Stanek of Tualatin, Ore., sentenced to six months in jail and five years' probation condition on not more than a year in residence at a community treatment center for unlawfully using a communication facility to distribute cocaine.
_ Larry Wayne Thornton of Forsyth, Ga., sentenced to four years of probation for possession of an unregistered firearm and possession of a firearm without a serial number.
_ Donna Kaye Wright of Friendship, Tenn., sentenced to 54 days in prison and three years' probation, condition on performance of six hours of community service per week, for embezzlement and misapplication of bank funds
 

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wow, I need to look into this. No very common for a POTUS to pardon felons when he has 4 years to go. Its pretty normal to be in the last days in office as your walking out the door. Like he told Putin, I will have more flexibilty after the election, OR better known has, more unquestioned power.
The one that cracks me up, is he pardons a guy convicted of possessing a firearm without a serial number (way illegal) and without registering it (probably lives in one of those anti-gun liberal cities). But tomorrow the POTUS will be right back out there screaming that we need more gun regulations.

That being aside, In a case as wierd as this, I would bet there is a smoking gun in this bunch somewhere. The queston is, which one or how many of these pardoned people, does Zero owe something to. What is their link to him and how did they get brought to his attention in the first place. Defiantely within his power as POTUS to pardon them, but it is one of the stangest things I've ever heard of.
 

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The one that cracks me up, is he pardons a guy convicted of possessing a firearm without a serial number (way illegal) and without registering it (probably lives in one of those anti-gun liberal cities). But tomorrow the POTUS will be right back out there screaming that we need more gun regulations.

That being aside, In a case as wierd as this, I would bet there is a smoking gun in this bunch somewhere. The queston is, which one or how many of these pardoned people, does Zero owe something to. What is their link to him and how did they get brought to his attention in the first place. Defiantely within his power as POTUS to pardon them, but it is one of the stangest things I've ever heard of.
I checked it out snoc. Not much there. He pardoned people that have either already served their time and he simply "erased" there record because they showed great remorse for the wrong doings, and what to get on with their lifes without the stigma of a felony, or they only recieved propationary sentences. I think he only commuted one nserved jail sentance. But its still early, and you know Jesse Jackson Jr is coming up shortly.
His pardon to application ratio is way low, but his actuall pardoning isn't. Specially for the start of a second term. I'm thinking the number of applications is due to his knowing way more felons than most POTUSs, and owes more to more people than most POTUSs. He probably needs to spread them out so that nobody sees that the list reads like Whos Who.



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I checked it out snoc. Not much there. He pardoned people that have either already served their time and he simply "erased" there record because they showed great remorse for the wrong doings, and what to get on with their lifes without the stigma of a felony, or they only recieved propationary sentences. I think he only commuted one nserved jail sentance. But its still early, and you know Jesse Jackson Jr is coming up shortly.
His pardon to application ratio is way low, but his actuall pardoning isn't. Specially for the start of a second term. I'm thinking the number of applications is due to his knowing way more felons than most POTUSs, and owes more to more people than most POTUSs. He probably needs to spread them out so that nobody sees that the list reads like Whos Who.
There are some interesting things that may not be much, but 2 of those people were co-conspirators in the same crime (conspiracy to counterfit designer goods) less than 50 miles from Springfield, IL, the state capitol, in the early 90s. They both have the same lawyer and alledgedly applied right at the end of Bush's term. The lawyer claims that since Bush didn't act on it, it just stays at the White House for the next president. Now right after the election Zero grants the pardon he could have granted any time in the last 4 years? I would love to audit the company's books and see who all they have done t-shirts ect. for. And who all they've made political donations to both as a business and personally. Hmmmmmm
 

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I was wondering what these people have in common and in common with O. Wish my seat belt conviction could be expunged from my record:cool:...
 

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The one that cracks me up, is he pardons a guy convicted of possessing a firearm without a serial number (way illegal) and without registering it (probably lives in one of those anti-gun liberal cities). But tomorrow the POTUS will be right back out there screaming that we need more gun regulations.

That being aside, In a case as wierd as this, I would bet there is a smoking gun in this bunch somewhere. The queston is, which one or how many of these pardoned people, does Zero owe something to. What is their link to him and how did they get brought to his attention in the first place. Defiantely within his power as POTUS to pardon them, but it is one of the stangest things I've ever heard of.
Good post.
I know a guy who had a misdemeanor domestic violence conviction in 1995, he is still married to that same woman, can't own a gun now, he'd like to go hunting. Needs a (state) pardon to do it.
I know another guy, veteran, federal conviction for having some automatic weapons 20 yrs ago. He'd like to hunt, he'd like to vote, he'd like to not have to explain that on every job application.
So far Obama apparently hasn't disgraced the process like Clinton did at the end.
 
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