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Clinton Pardon's List
Washington Post ^ | Saturday, Jan. 20, 2001 | Associated Press

Posted on 07/02/2007 3:26:12 PM PDT by eartotheground

PARDONS:

Verla Jean Allen

Nicholas M. Altiere

Bernice Ruth Altschul

Joe Anderson Jr.

William Sterling Anderson

Mansour Azizkhani

Cleveland Victor Babin Jr.

Chris Harmon Bagley

Scott Lynn Bane

Thomas Cleveland Barber

Peggy Ann Bargon

David Roscoe Blampied

William Arthur Borders Jr.

Arthur David Borel

Douglas Chrles Borel

George Thomas Brabham

Almon Glenn Braswell

Leonard Browder

David Steven Brown

Delores Caroylene Burleson, aka Delores Cox Burleson

John H. Bustamante

Mary Louise Campbell

Eloida Candelaria

Dennis Sobrevinas Capili

Donna Denise Chambers

Douglas Eugene Chapman

Ronald Keith Chapman

Francisco Larois Chavez

Henry G. Cisneros

Roger Clinton

Stuart Harris Cohn

David Marc Cooper

Ernest Harley Cox Jr.

John F. Cross Jr.

Reickey Lee Cunningham

Richard Anthony De Labio

John Deutch

Richard Douglas

Edward Reynolds Downe

Marvin Dean Dudley

Larry Lee Duncan

Robert Clinton Fain

Marcos Arcenio Fernandez

Alvarez Ferrouillet

William Dennis Fugazy

Lloyd Reid George

Louis Goldstein

Rubye Lee Gordon

Pincus Green

Robert Ivey Hamner

Samuel Price Handley

Woodie Randolph Handley

Jay Houston Harmon

John Hummingson

David S. Herdlinger

Debi Rae Huckleberry

Donald Ray James

Stanley Pruet Jobe

Ruben H. Johnson

Linda Jones

James Howard Lake

June Louise Lewis

Salim Bonnor Lewis

John Leighton Lodwick

Hildebrando Lopez

Jose Julio Luaces

James Timothy Maness

James Lowell Manning

John Robert Martin

Frank Ayala Martinez

Silvia Leticia Beltran Martinez

John Francis McCormick

Susan H. McDougal

Howard Lawrence Mechanic

Brook K. Mitchell Sr.

Samuel Loring Morison

Charles Wilfred Morgan III

Richard Anthony Nazzaro

Charlene Ann Nosenko

Vernon Raymond Obermeier

Miguelina Ogalde

David C. Owen

Robert W. Palmer

Kelli Anne Perhosky

Richard H. Pezzopane

Orville Rex Phillips

Vinson Stewart Poling Jr.

Norman Lyle Prouse

Willie H.H. Pruitt Jr.

Danny Martin Pursley Sr.

Charles D. Ravenel

William Clyde Ray

Alfredo Luna Regalado

Ildefonso Reynes Ricafort

Marc Rich

Howard Winfield Riddle

Richard Wilson Riley Jr.

Samuel Lee Robbins

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(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonpost.com ...


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Government; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: cia; cisneros; clinton; libby; marcrich; pardon; pardons
I should send this over to the DUmmies, it'll really put their elastic panties in a wad!

Phillip David Young - left off the list, its an excerpt you know

COMMUTATIONS:

Benjamin Berger

Ronald Henderson Blackley

Bert Wayne Bolan

Gloria Libia Camargo

Charles F. Campbell

David Ronald Chandler

Lau Ching Chin

Donald R. Clark

Loreta De-Ann Coffman

Derrick Curry

Velinda Desalus

Jacob Elbaum

Linda Sue Evans

Loretta Sharon Fish

Antoinette M. Frink

David Goldstein

Gerard A. Greenfield

Jodie E. Israel

Kimberly Johnson

Billy Thornton Langston Jr.

Belinda Lynn Lumpkin

Peter MacDonald

Kellie Ann Mann

Peter Ninemire

Hugh Ricardo Padmore

Arnold Paul Prosperi

Melvin J. Reynolds

Pedro Miguel Riveiro

Dorothy Rivers

Susan Rosenberg

Kalmen Stern

Cory Stringfellow

Carlo Anibal Vignali Jr.

Thomas Wilson Waddell III

Harvey Weinig

Kim Allen Willis

MORE PARDONS:

Joel Gonzales Rodriguez

Michael James Rogers

Anna Louise Ross

Gerald Glen Rust

Jerri Ann Rust

Bettye June Rutherford

Gregory Lee Sands

Adolph Schwimmer

Albert A. Seretti Jr.

Patricia Campbell Hearst Shaw

Dennis Joseph Smith

Gerald Owen Smith

Stephen A. Smith

Jimmie Lee Speake

Charles Bernard Stewart

Marlena Francisca Stewart-Rollins

John Fife Symington III

Richard Lee Tannehill

Nicholas C. Tenaglia

Gary Allen Thomas

Larry Weldon Todd

Olga C. Trevino

Ignatious Vamvouklis

Patricia A. Van De Weerd

Christopher V. Wade

Bill Wayne Warmath

Jack Kenneth Watson

Donna Lynn Webb

Donald William Wells

Robert H. Wendt

Jack L. Williams

Kavin Arthur Williams

Robert Michael Williams

Jimmie Lee Wilson

Thelma Louise Wingate

Mitchell Couey Wood

Warren Stannard Wood

Dewey Worthey

Rick Allen Yale

Joseph A. Yasak

William Stanley Yingling

1 posted on 07/02/2007 3:26:15 PM PDT by eartotheground
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To: eartotheground

Those are pretty long lists....thanks for the information.


2 posted on 07/02/2007 3:29:35 PM PDT by syriacus (If the US troops had remained in S. Korea in 1949, there would have been no Korean War (1950-53).)
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To: eartotheground

I agree, you ought to post it on DU.


3 posted on 07/02/2007 3:30:06 PM PDT by Snoopers-868th
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To: eartotheground
DOJ Seal                                                                                                 U.S. Department of Justice

                                                                                           Washington, D.C. 20530
January 20, 2001

Pardon Grants January 2001
Name Home Town Offenses
ALLEN, Verla Jean Everton, Arkansas False statements to agency of United States
ALTIERE, Nicholas M. Las Vegas, Nevada Importation of cocaine
ALTSCHUL, Bernice Ruth Sherman Village, California Conspiracy to commit money laundering
ANDERSON, Joe, Jr. Grove Hill, Alabama Income tax evasion
ANDERSON, William Sterling Spartanburg, South Carolina Conspiracy to defraud a federally insured financial institution, false statements to a federally insured financial institution, wire fraud
AZIZKHANI, Mansour T. Huntsville, Alabama Conspiracy and making false statements in bank loan applications
BABIN, Cleveland Victor, Jr. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Conspiracy to commit offense against the United States by utilizing the U.S. mail in furtherance of a scheme to defraud
BAGLEY, Chris Harmon Harrah, Oklahoma Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine
BANE, Scott Lynn Mahomet, Illinois Unlawful distribution of marijuana
BARBER, Thomas Cleveland Hampton, Florida Issuing worthless checks
BARGON, Peggy Ann Monticello, Illinois Violation of the Lacey Act, violation of the Bald Eagle Protection Act
BHATKA, Tansukhlal   Income tax evasion
BLAMPIED, David Roscoe Ketchum, Idaho Conspiracy to distribute cocaine
BORDERS, William Arthur, Jr. Washington, D.C. Conspiracy to corruptly solicit and accept money in return for influencing the official acts of a federal district court judge (Alcee L. Hastings), and to defraud the United States in connection with the performance of lawful government functions; corruptly influencing, obstructing, impeding and endeavoring to influence, obstruct and impede the due administration of justice, and aiding and abetting therein; traveling interstate with intent to commit bribery
BOREL, Arthur David Little Rock, Arkansas Odometer rollback
BOREL, Douglas Charles Conway, Arkansas Odometer rollback
BRABHAM, George Thomas Austin, Texas Making a false statement or report to a federally insured bank
BRASWELL, Almon Glenn Doravilla, Georgia Conspiracy to defraud government with respect to claims; perjury
BROWDER, Leonard Aiken, South Carolina Illegal dispensing of controlled substance and Medicaid fraud
BROWN, David Steven New York, New York Securities fraud and mail fraud
BURLESON, Delores Caroylene, aka Delores Cox Burleson Hanna, Oklahoma Possession of marijuana
BUSTAMANTE, John H. Cleveland, Ohio Wire fraud
CAMPBELL, Mary Louise Ruleville, Mississippi Aiding and abetting the unauthorized use and transfer of food stamps
CANDELARIA, Eloida   False information in registering to vote
CAPILI, Dennis Sobrevinas Glendale, California Filing false statements in alien registration
CHAMBERS, Donna Denise Memphis, Tennessee Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute cocaine, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, use of a telephone to facilitate cocaine conspiracy
CHAPMAN, Douglas Eugene Scott, Arkansas Bank fraud
CHAPMAN, Ronald Keith Scott, Arkansas Bank fraud
CHAVEZ, Francisco Larios Santa Ana, California Aiding and abetting illegal entry of aliens
CISNEROS, Henry G.    
CLINTON, Roger    
COHN, Stuart Harris New Haven, Connecticut 1. Illegal sale of gold options

2. Illegal sale of silver options

COOPER, David Marc Wapakoneta, Ohio Conspiracy to defraud the government
COX, Ernest Harley, Jr. Pine Bluff, Arkansas Conspiracy to defraud a federally insured savings and loan, misapplication of bank funds, false statements
CROSS, John F., Jr. Little Rock, Arkansas Embezzlement by a bank employee
CUNNINGHAM, Rickey Lee Amarillo, Texas Possession with intent to distribute marijuana
DE LABIO, Richard Anthony Baltimore, Maryland Mail fraud, aiding and abetting
DEUTCH, John   Described in January 19, 2001 information
DOUGLAS, Richard   False statements
DOWNE, Edward Reynolds   Conspiracy to commit wire fraud and tax evasion; securities fraud
DUDLEY, Marvin Dean Omaha, Nebraska False statements
DUNCAN, Larry Lee Branson, Missouri Altering an automobile odometer
FAIN, Robert Clinton   Aiding and assisting in the preparation of a false corporate tax return
FERNANDEZ, Marcos Arcenio Miami, Florida Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana
FERROUILLET, Alvarez   Interstate transport of stolen property, money laundering, false statements
FUGAZY, William Denis Harrison, New York Perjury in a bankruptcy proceeding
GEORGE, Lloyd Reid   Mail fraud
GOLDSTEIN, Louis Las Vegas, Nevada Possession of goods stolen from interstate shipment
GORDON, Rubye Lee Tampa, Florida Forgery of U.S. Treasury checks
GREEN, Pincus Switzerland  
HAMNER, Robert Ivey Searcy, Arkansas Conspiracy to distribute marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute
HANDLEY, Samuel Price Hodgenville, Kentucky Conspiracy to steal government property
HANDLEY, Woodie Randolph Hodgenville, Kentucky Conspiracy to steal government property
HARMON, Jay Houston Jonesboro, Arkansas 1. Conspiracy to import marijuana, conspiracy to possess marijuana with intent to distribute, importation of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute

2. Conspiracy to import cocaine

HEMMINGSON, John   Interstate transport of stolen property, money laundering
HERDLINGER, David S. St. Simons Island, Georgia Mail fraud
HUCKLEBERRY, Debi Rae Ogden, Utah Distribution of methamphetamine
JAMES, Donald Ray Fairfield Bay, Arkansas Mail fraud, wire fraud, and false statement to a bank to influence credit approval
JOBE, Stanley Pruet El Paso, Texas Conspiracy to commit bank fraud, and bank fraud
JOHNSON, Ruben H. Austin, Texas Theft and misapplication of bank funds by a bank officer or director
JONES, Linda   Conspiracy to commit bank fraud and other offenses against the United States
LAKE, James Howard   Illegal corporate campaign contributions, wire fraud
LEWIS, June Louise Lowellville, Ohio Embezzlement by a bank employee
LEWIS, Salim Bonnor Short Hills, New Jersey Securities fraud, record keeping violations, margin violations
LODWICK, John Leighton Excelsior Springs, Missouri Income tax evasion
LOPEZ, Hildebrando San Isidro, Texas Distribution of cocaine
LUACES, Jose Julio Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Possession of an unregistered firearm
MANESS, James Timothy   Conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance
MANNING, James Lowell Little Rock, Arkansas Aiding and assisting in the preparation of a false corporate tax return
MARTIN, John Robert Gulf Breeze, Florida Income tax evasion
MARTINEZ, Frank Ayala Elgin, Texas Conspiracy to supply false documents to the Immigration and Naturalization Service
MARTINEZ, Silvia Leticia Beltran Elgin, Texas Conspiracy to supply false documents to the Immigration and Naturalization Service
McCORMICK, John Francis Dedham, Massachusetts Racketeering conspiracy, racketeering, and violation of the Hobbs act
McDOUGAL, Susan H.    
MECHANIC, Howard Lawrence   1. Violating the Civil Disobedience Act of 1968

2. Failure to appear

3. Making false statement in acquiring a passport

MITCHELL, Brook K., Sr.   Conspiracy to illegally obtain USDA subsidy payments, false statements to USDA, and false entries on USDA forms
MORGAN, Charles Wilfred, III Little Rock, Arkansas Conspiracy to distribute cocaine
MORISON, Samuel Loring Crofton, Maryland Willful transmission of defense information, unauthorized possession and retention of defense information, theft of government property
NAZZARO, Richard Anthony Winchester, Massachusetts Perjury and conspiracy to commit mail fraud
NOSENKO, Charlene Ann Phoenix, Arizona Conspiracy to defraud the United States, and influencing or injuring an officer or juror generally
OBERMEIER, Vernon Raymond Belleville, Illinois Conspiracy to distribute cocaine, distribution of cocaine, and using a communications facility to facilitate distribution of cocaine
OGALDE, Miguelina Glendale, California Conspiracy to import cocaine
OWEN, David C. Olathe, Kansas Filing a false tax return
PALMER, Robert W. Little Rock, Arkansas Conspiracy to make false statements
PERHOSKY, Kelli Anne Bridgeville, Pennsylvania Conspiracy to commit mail fraud
PEZZOPANE, Richard H. Palo Heights, Illinois Conspiracy to commit racketeering, and mail fraud
PHILLIPS, Orville Rex Waco, Texas Unlawful structure of a financial transaction
POLING, Vinson Stewart, Jr. Baldwin, Maryland Making a false bank entry, and aiding and abetting
PROUSE, Norman Lyle Conyers, Georgia Operating or directing the operation of a common carrier while under the influence of alcohol
PRUITT, Willie H. H., Jr. Port Richey, Florida Absent without official leave
PURSLEY, Danny Martin, Sr. Goodlettsville, Tennessee Aiding and abetting the conduct of an illegal gambling business, and obstruction of state laws to facilitate illegal gambling
RAVENEL, Charles D. Charleston, South Carolina Conspiracy to defraud the United States
RAY, William Clyde Altus, Oklahoma Fraud using a telephone
REGALADO, Alfredo Luna Pharr, Texas Failure to report the transportation of currency in excess of $10,000 into the United States
RICAFORT, Ildefonso Reynes Houston, Texas Submission of false claims to Veterans Administration
RICH, Marc Switzerland  
RIDDLE, Howard Winfield Mt. Crested Butte, Colorado Violation of the Lacey Act (receipt of illegally imported animal skins)
RILEY, Richard Wilson, Jr.   Possession of cocaine with intent to distribute
ROBBINS, Samuel Lee Cedar Park, Texas Misprision of a felony
RODRIGUEZ, Joel Gonzales Houston, Texas Theft of mail by a postal employee
ROGERS, Michael James McAllen, Texas Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana
ROSS, Anna Louise Lubbock, Texas Distribution of cocaine
RUST, Gerald Glen Avery, Texas False declarations before grand jury
RUST, Jerri Ann Avery, Texas False declarations before grand jury
RUTHERFORD, Bettye June Albuquerque, New Mexico Possession of marijuana with intent to distribute
SANDS, Gregory Lee Sioux Falls, South Dakota Conspiracy to distribute cocaine
SCHWIMMER, Adolph   Conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States, conspiracy to export arms and ammunition to a foreign country and related charges
SERETTI, Albert A., Jr. McKees Rocks, Pennyslvania Conspiracy and wire fraud
SHAW, Patricia Campbell Hearst Wilton, Connecticut Armed bank robbery and using a firearm during a felony
SMITH, Dennis Joseph Redby, Minnesota 1. Unauthorized absence

2. Failure to obey off-limits instructions

3. Unauthorized absence

SMITH, Gerald Owen Florence, Mississippi Armed bank robbery
SMITH, Stephen A.    
SPEAKE, Jimmie Lee Breckenridge, Texas Conspiracy to possess and utter counterfeit $20 Federal Reserve notes
STEWART, Charles Bernard Sparta, Georgia Illegally destroying U.S. Mail
STEWART-ROLLINS, Marlena Francisca Euclid, Ohio Conspiracy to distribute cocaine
SYMINGTON, John Fife, III    
TANNEHILL, Richard Lee Reno, Nevada Conspiracy and restraint of trade
TENAGLIA, Nicholas C. Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania Receipt of illegal payments under the Medicare program
THOMAS, Gary Allen Lancaster, Texas Theft of mail by postal employee
TODD, Larry Weldon Gardendale, Texas Conspiracy to commit an offense against the U.S. in violation of the Lacey Act and the Airborne Hunting Act
TREVINO, Olga C. Converse, Texas Misapplication by a bank employee
VAMVOUKLIS, Ignatious Exeter, New Hampshire Possession of cocaine
VAN DE WEERD, Patricia A. Tomahawk, Wisconsin Theft by a U.S. Postal employee
WADE, Christopher V.    
WARMATH, Bill Wayne Walls, Mississippi Obstruction of correspondence
WATSON, Jack Kenneth Oakridge, Oregon Making false statements of material facts to the U.S. Forest Service
WEBB, Donna Lynn Panama City, Florida False entry in savings and loan record by employee
WELLS, Donald William Phenix City, Alabama Possession of an unregistered firearm
WENDT, Robert H. Kirkwood, Missouri Conspiracy to effectuate the escape of a federal prisoner
WILLIAMS, Jack L.   Making false statements to federal agents
WILLIAMS, Kevin Arthur Omaha, Nebraska Conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute crack cocaine
WILLIAMS, Robert Michael Davison, Michigan Conspiracy to transport in foreign commerce securities obtained by fraud
WILSON, Jimmie Lee Helena, Arkansas Converting property mortgaged or pledged to a farm credit agency, and converting public money to personal use
WINGATE, Thelma Louise Sale City, Georgia Mail fraud
WOOD, Mitchell Couey Sherwood, Arkansas Conspiracy to possess and to distribute cocaine
WOOD, Warren Stannard Las Vegas, Nevada Conspiracy to defraud the United States by filing a false document with the Securities and Exchange Commission
WORTHEY, Dewey Conway, Arkansas Medicaid fraud
YALE, Rick Allen Belleville, Illinois Bank fraud
YASAK, Joseph A. Chicago, Illinois Knowingly making under oath a false declaration regarding a material fact before a grand jury
YINGLING, William Stanley   Interstate transportation of stolen vehicle
YOUNG, Phillip David Little Rock, Arkansas Interstate transportation and sale of fish and wildlife

4 posted on 07/02/2007 3:30:55 PM PDT by Perdogg (congratulations - you have just won an ipod nano)
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To: eartotheground
By contrast, GWB's long list of pardons and/or commutations?

Scooter Libby.

5 posted on 07/02/2007 3:32:10 PM PDT by llevrok (I voted for George Bush - not Jorge Arbusto.)
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To: llevrok

It’s good to see this comparison. I’m sure all the Dems. from Nancy P. to Hillary to Harry Reid will all be outraged that Bush would commute his sentence. Their outrage should be met with the facts of Clinton’s many pardons.

In fact wasn’t Clinton up all night the last few nights of his presidency getting the paperwork done for his many pardons?


6 posted on 07/02/2007 3:34:53 PM PDT by Dilbert San Diego
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To: Perdogg

You are truly awesome


7 posted on 07/02/2007 3:35:12 PM PDT by eartotheground (Rodham delinda est.)
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To: Perdogg
BOREL, Arthur David Little Rock, Arkansas Odometer rollback BOREL, Douglas Charles Conway, Arkansas Odometer rollback

I guess they take that seriously in Arkansas.

8 posted on 07/02/2007 3:35:16 PM PDT by Lx (Do you like it, do you like it. Scott? I call it Mr. and Mrs. Tennerman chili.)
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To: eartotheground

Bush will never be that bad even if he went to a federal pen and let every 10th one out. Start with Cisneros and end with the PR terrorists and the dems have nothing to say. Another reason to not vote for what’s her name.


9 posted on 07/02/2007 3:35:48 PM PDT by herMANroberts
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To: BOBWADE; Mrs Zip

ping


10 posted on 07/02/2007 3:37:13 PM PDT by zip (((Remember: DimocRat lies told often enough become truth to 48% of all Americans (NRA)))))
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To: eartotheground
List of Clinton's Commutations which is what President Bush did today........

Clinton Commutation Grants, January 2001

Name Offense District/Date/Sentence Terms of Grant
BERGER, Benjamin Conspiracy to defraud the United States; wire fraud; false statement; money laundering; filing a false tax return S. D. N. Y.; October 18, 1999; 30 months' imprisonment, two years' supervised release, $522,977 in restitution Commute prison sentence to 24 months' imprisonment, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
BLACKLEY, Ronald Henderson False statements D. D. C.; March 18, 1998; 27 months' imprisonment, three years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
BOLAN, Bert Wayne Conspiracy to commit mail fraud and illegal remuneration for patient referrals; mail fraud N. D. Tex.; April 14, 1995; 97 months' imprisonment, three years' supervised release, $375,000 fine Commute prison sentence to time served and remit unpaid balance of fine in excess of $15,000, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
CAMARGO, Gloria Libia Conspiracy to possess cocaine with intent to distribute, attempt to possess cocaine with intent to distribute S. D. Fla.; February 22, 1990;

188 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release

Commute prison sentence to time served, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
CAMPBELL, Charles F. Conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine, distribution of crack cocaine D. D. C.; January 25, 1994, modified on December 17, 1997; 240 months' imprisonment, 10 years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served on the condition that he serve a five-year period of supervised release with a special condition of drug testing, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
CHANDLER, David Ronald Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute marijuana; engaging in a continuing criminal enterprise; murder in furtherance of a continuing criminal enterprise; aiding and abetting the use or carrying of a firearm in relation to a drug-trafficking offense; money laundering N. D. Ala; May 14, 1991; sentence of death for murder in furtherance of a continuing criminal enterprise; aggregate sentences of life imprisonment, plus 10 years on the remaining counts. Commute the death sentence to imprisonment for life without parole, leaving intact and in effect the sentences of imprisonment already imposed
CHIN, Lau Ching Conspiracy to possess heroin with intent to distribute; interstate travel to commit a drug offense N. D. Ill.; June 27, 1990; 210 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
CLARK, Donald R. Conspiracy to manufacture, distribute and possess with intent to distribute marijuana M. D. Fla.; November 4, 1994, as modified December 20, 1996; 329 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served with a special condition of drug testing during supervised release, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
COFFMAN, Loreta De-Ann Conspiracy; possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine; use of telephone to commit drug offense; distribution of crack cocaine near a school N. D. Tex.; November 12, 1993, as modified June 24, 1996, and February 26, 1998, 85 years' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served with a special condition of drug testing during supervised release, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
CURRY, Derrick Conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute cocaine and cocaine base; aiding and abetting the distribution of cocaine base; and aiding and abetting the possession of cocaine base with intent to distribute D. Md.; October 1, 1993; 235 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served with a special condition of drug testing during supervised release, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
DESALUS, Velinda Possession with intent to distribute cocaine base M. D. Fla.; December 18, 1992; 120 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served with a special condition of drug testing during supervised release, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
ELBAUM, Jacob Conspiracy to defraud the United States; embezzlement from federally funded program; wire fraud; mail fraud; making a false statement; filing a false tax return; failure to file a tax return S. D. N. Y.; October 18, 1999; 57 months' imprisonment, two years' supervised release, $11,089,721 in restitution Commute prison sentence to 30 months' imprisonment, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
EVANS, Linda Sue 1. Possession of firearm by convicted felon

2. Harboring a fugitive

3. Possession of firearm by convicted felon and false statements in acquiring firearms

4. Malicious damage to Government property and conspiracy to damage Government property

1. S. D. N. Y.; November 21, 1985; two years' imprisonment

2. S. D. N.Y.; July 10, 1986; three years' imprisonment (consecutive to No. 1)

3. E. D. La.; May 20, 1987 (modified on December 8, 1988); 30 years' imprisonment (consecutive to Nos. 1 & 2)

4. D. D.C.; December 6, 1990; five years' imprisonment (consecutive to Nos. 1 - 3)

Commute prison sentences to 25 years, eight months' and 11 days, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions. Action effectuates her immediate release.
FISH, Loretta Sharon Conspiracy to manufacture and distribute methamphetamine E. D. Pa.; December 8, 1994, 235 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served with a special condition of drug testing during supervised release, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
FRINK, Antoinette M. Conspiracy to aid and abet the possession of cocaine with intent to distribute; aiding and abetting the possession with intent to distribute; counseling others to travel in interstate commerce with the intent of facilitating the possession of cocaine with intent to distribute M. D. Ga.; July 11, 1989; 188 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served with a special condition of drug testing during supervised release, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
GOLDSTEIN, David Conspiracy to defraud the United States; wire fraud; embezzlement from a federally funded program; mail fraud S. D. N.Y.; October 18, 1999, 70 months' imprisonment; three years' supervised release; $10,118,182 in restitution Commute prison sentence to 30 months' imprisonment, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
GREENFIELD, Gerard A. Possession of phencyclidine (PCP) with intent to distribute D. Utah; September 9, 1993; 192 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release; $25,000 fine Commute prison sentence to time served with a special condition of drug testing during supervised release, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
ISRAEL, Jodie E. Conspiracy to manufacture; possess with intent to distribute and distribute marijuana; conducting financial transaction with proceeds from sale of controlled substances; distribution of marijuana D. Mont.; February 4, 1994; 135 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served with a special condition of drug testing during supervised release, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
JOHNSON, Kimberly D. Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine base D. S. C.; November 14, 1994; 188 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served with a special condition of drug testing during supervised release, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
LANGSTON, Billy Thornton, Jr. Conspiracy to manufacture PCP; manufacture of PCP C. D. Calif.; September 9, 1994, as modified by 1996 court order; 324 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served with a special condition of drug testing during supervised release, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
LUMPKIN, Belinda Lynn Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute crack cocaine and marijuana E. D. Mich.; March 24, 1989; 300 months' imprisonment, three years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served on condition that she serve a five-year period of supervised release with special condition of drug testing, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
MACDONALD, Peter, Sr. 1. Racketeering; racketeering conspiracy; extortion by an Indian tribal official; mail fraud; wire fraud; and interstate transportation in aid of racketeering

2. Conspiracy to commit kidnapping; third-degree burglary

1. D. Ariz.; November 30, 1992; 60 months' imprisonment, three years' supervised release, $10,000 fine, and $1,500,000 in restitution



2. D. Ariz.; February 16, 1993; 175 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release (concurrent with No. 1); $5,000 fine, $4,431.03 in restitution

Commute prison sentence to time served, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
MANN, Kellie Ann Conspiracy to distribute LSD; possession of LSD with intent to distribute; use of mail to facilitate drug offense N. D. Ga.; January 26, 1994; 120 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served with a special condition of drug testing during supervised release, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
NINEMIRE, Peter 1. Manufacturing marijuana

2. Failure to appear

1. D. Kan.; April 26, 1991; 292 months' imprisonment, eight years' supervised release



2. D. Kan., June 28, 1991; 30 months' imprisonment, consecutive to No. 1, and three years' supervised release

Commute prison sentence to time served on the condition that he serve a five-year period of supervised release with a special condition of drug testing, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
PADMORE, Hugh Ricardo Possession with intent to distribute cocaine base E. D. N. C.; October 31, 1995; 135 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served with a special condition of drug testing during supervised release, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
PROSPERI, Arnold Paul Filing a false tax return; making, uttering, or possessing a counterfeited security with intent to deceive another S. D. Fla.; March 27, 1998; 36 months' imprisonment, one year's supervised release, $25,000 fine Commute any period of confinement that has already been imposed or will be imposed upon him that is in excess of 36 months, and further commute any such period of confinement to be served in home confinement, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
REYNOLDS, Melvin J. Bank fraud; wire fraud; making false statements to a financial institution; conspiracy to defraud the Federal Election Commission; false statements to a federal official N. D. Ill.; July 15, 1997; 78 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release, $20,000 in restitution Commute remainder of prison sentence to period of equal length to be served in a community corrections center, on condition of compliance with rules, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
RIVEIRO, Pedro Miguel Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine S. D. Fla.; February 9, 1995; 102 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served with a special condition of drug testing during supervised release, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
RIVERS, Dorothy Obstruction of a federal audit; false statements to a federal agency; tax evasion; failure to file tax returns; wire fraud; mail fraud; theft from a federally funded organization N. D. Ill.; November 17, 1997; 70 months' imprisonment, three years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to 50 months' imprisonment, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
ROSENBERG, Susan Conspiracy to possess unregistered firearm; receive firearms and explosives shipped in interstate commerce while a fugitive and unlawfully use false identification documents; possession of unregistered destructive devices; possession of unregistered firearm; carrying explosives during commission of felony; possession with intent to use identification documents; false representation of Social Security number; possession of counterfeit Social Security cards D. N. J.; May 20, 1985; 58 years' imprisonment Commute prison sentences to an aggregate sentence of 25 years, eight months, and 11 days, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions of the sentences. Action effectuates her immediate release.
STERN, Kalmen Conspiracy to defraud the United States; embezzlement from a federally funded program; wire fraud; mail fraud; filing a false tax return S. D. N. Y.; October 18, 1999, 78 months' imprisonment, three years' supervised release; $11,179,513 restitution Commute prison sentence to 30 months' imprisonment, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
STRINGFELLOW, Cory 1. Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute LSD

2. False statement in a passport application

1. D. Colo.; July 21, 1995; 188 months' imprisonment, four years' supervised release











2. D. Utah; November 17, 1995; four months' imprisonment (consecutive to No. 1); four years' supervised release

1. Commute prison sentence to time served on the condition that he serve a five-year period of supervised release with a special condition of drug testing, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions



2. Sentence left intact and in effect

VIGNALI, Carlos Anibal, Jr. Conspiracy to distribute cocaine; using facilities in interstate commerce with intent to promote a business enterprise involving narcotics; illegal use of communication facility to facilitate commission of controlled substance offense D. Minn.; July 17, 1995; 175 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to time served with a special condition of drug testing during supervised release, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
WADDELL, III, Thomas Wilson Conducting an illegal gambling business; conspiracy to commit money laundering N. D. Calif.; January 13, 2000, 24 months' imprisonment, three years' supervised release; $7,500 fine; criminal forfeiture Commute prison sentence to 12 months' imprisonment and one year's supervised release to be served before the three-year period of supervised release already imposed, leaving intact and in effect the already imposed three-year period of supervised release and the other remaining provisions of the sentence
WEINIG, Harvey Conspiracy to commit money laundering; criminal forfeiture and misprision of felony S. D. N. Y.; March 22, 1996; 135 months' imprisonment, three years' supervised release Commute prison sentence to a term of imprisonment of five years and 270 days upon condition that he serve a period of supervised release of three years and 95 days, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions
WILLIS, Kim Allen Conspiracy to distribute cocaine; aiding and abetting the attempt to possess with the intent to distribute cocaine D. Minn.; April 20, 1990; 188 months' imprisonment, five years' supervised release Commute the prison sentence to time served, leaving intact and in effect the remaining provisions

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Justice. List of pardons also available.


11 posted on 07/02/2007 3:38:12 PM PDT by deport ( Cue Spooky Music...)
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To: Perdogg

Are the FALN terrorists on that list?


12 posted on 07/02/2007 3:39:57 PM PDT by Fresh Wind (Without the fence, deporting illegals is like shoveling water.)
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To: deport

Sure are a lot of drug related sentences in that list.


13 posted on 07/02/2007 3:42:04 PM PDT by Ingtar (...right wing conservatives are growing tired of crawling on bloody stumps looking for scraps - JRob)
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To: Ingtar

Bubba takes care of his connections.


14 posted on 07/02/2007 3:42:30 PM PDT by Fresh Wind (Without the fence, deporting illegals is like shoveling water.)
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To: Perdogg
DEUTCH, John / Described in January 19, 2001 information /

John Deutch, former Director of the CIA, until pardoned, was going to be indicted for various egregious counts of dereliction of duty for mishandling highly classified data.

John Deutch is presently an Institute Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (http://web.mit.edu/chemistry/deutch/biography.html)

15 posted on 07/02/2007 3:49:20 PM PDT by bnacat
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To: Fresh Wind
Bubba takes care of his connections donors.

There. Fixed it for ya. :)
16 posted on 07/02/2007 3:50:41 PM PDT by Filo (Darwin was right!)
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To: Fresh Wind

>>>Bubba takes care of his connections.<<<

Huh? Libby still faces 2 years of probation and a $250,000 fine for not changing his story, while Tim Russert sits fat and happy after changing his story. The fact that Bush did not give a complete and unconditional pardon to Libby is additional proof that Bush is a self-serving weasel, on par with Bill Clinton.


17 posted on 07/02/2007 3:55:03 PM PDT by PhilipFreneau (God deliver our nation from the disease of liberalism!)
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To: llevrok

I don’t think so.

As of March 7, 2007, President George W. Bush had issued 113 presidential pardons to people who have served their entire sentence, and has commuted in addition the sentences of three people. In this context, a pardon means an executive order vacating a conviction for which the sentence has already been served, thereby eliminating the collateral effects of the conviction, while a commutation means a mitigation of the sentence of someone currently serving a sentence for a crime pursuant to a conviction.


18 posted on 07/02/2007 3:59:04 PM PDT by BradtotheBone
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Ping


19 posted on 07/02/2007 4:02:06 PM PDT by HawaiianGecko (A word to the wise ain't necessary -- it's the stupid ones that need the advice.)
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To: Fresh Wind

>>>Bubba takes care of his connections.<<<

Sorry, wrong Bubba. Please ignore my previous post to you.


20 posted on 07/02/2007 4:18:04 PM PDT by PhilipFreneau (God deliver our nation from the disease of liberalism!)
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To: Perdogg
Needs to be sent to Obama, Peelosi, and Reid.

Also keep in mind that Clinton, himself, didn’t serve time for his faulty memory

21 posted on 07/02/2007 4:22:16 PM PDT by EBH (May God Save Our Country)
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To: Ingtar
"Sure are a lot of drug related sentences in that list."

It was Clinton just paying back all his suppliers.

22 posted on 07/02/2007 4:32:45 PM PDT by mass55th (Courage is being scared to death - but saddling up anyway~~John Wayne)
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To: Perdogg
Wow!! Now THAT's the list, with offenses, that ought be posted at KOS and DU!!

'Course, be sure to get your shots up to date and wear a HAZMAT suit before ya' do, FRiend....

23 posted on 07/02/2007 4:43:17 PM PDT by GoldCountryRedneck ("Flying is like Life: Know where you are, where you're going, and how to get there." - 'Ol Dad)
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To: eartotheground
Do 2 wrongs make a right? Did we not believe that Clinton should be charged with perjury? Did we not criticize those last hour pardons ? We have yet to see Bushes last act as President, I do not think even Clinton would have had the balls to "commute" the sentence of those close to him while still in office. Bush thinks we are fools

Is Clinton now the standard of behavior?

Man I am not that desperate for a standard.

24 posted on 07/02/2007 4:47:51 PM PDT by ears_to_hear (Pray for America)
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To: Perdogg

I double-checked your posting.....right ON!

Clinton’s cronies surely had some crimes to answer to, and they walked.


25 posted on 07/02/2007 4:54:30 PM PDT by Loud Mime (An undefeated enemy will always be an enemy.)
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To: deport

Here’s an old FreeRepublic thread from the pardons:

http://www.freerepublic.com/forum/a3a6c903f46d8.htm


26 posted on 07/02/2007 5:00:17 PM PDT by Loud Mime (An undefeated enemy will always be an enemy.)
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To: Perdogg
Thanks. Your list goes very well with this toon:

DOJ Seal                                                                                                 U.S. Department of Justice

                                                                                           Washington, D.C. 20530
January 20, 2001

Pardon Grants January 2001
Name Home Town Offenses
ALLEN, Verla Jean Everton, Arkansas False statements to agency of United States
ALTIERE, Nicholas M. Las Vegas, Nevada Importation of cocaine
ALTSCHUL, Bernice Ruth Sherman Village, California Conspiracy to commit money laundering
ANDERSON, Joe, Jr. Grove Hill, Alabama Income tax evasion
ANDERSON, William Sterling Spartanburg, South Carolina Conspiracy to defraud a federally insured financial institution, false statements to a federally insured financial institution, wire fraud
AZIZKHANI, Mansour T. Huntsville, Alabama Conspiracy and making false statements in bank loan applications
BABIN, Cleveland Victor, Jr. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Conspiracy to commit offense against the United States by utilizing the U.S. mail in furtherance of a scheme to defraud
BAGLEY, Chris Harmon Harrah, Oklahoma Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine
BANE, Scott Lynn Mahomet, Illinois Unlawful distribution of marijuana
BARBER, Thomas Cleveland Hampton, Florida Issuing worthless checks
BARGON, Peggy Ann Monticello, Illinois Violation of the Lacey Act, violation of the Bald Eagle Protection Act
BHATKA, Tansukhlal   Income tax evasion
BLAMPIED, David Roscoe Ketchum, Idaho Conspiracy to distribute cocaine
BORDERS, William Arthur, Jr. Washington, D.C. Conspiracy to corruptly solicit and accept money in return for influencing the official acts of a federal district court judge (Alcee L. Hastings), and to defraud the United States in connection with the performance of lawful government functions; corruptly influencing, obstructing, impeding and endeavoring to influence, obstruct and impede the due administration of justice, and aiding and abetting therein; traveling interstate with intent to commit bribery
BOREL, Arthur David Little Rock, Arkansas Odometer rollback
BOREL, Douglas Charles Conway, Arkansas Odometer rollback
BRABHAM, George Thomas Austin, Texas Making a false statement or report to a federally insured bank
BRASWELL, Almon Glenn Doravilla, Georgia Conspiracy to defraud government with respect to claims; perjury
BROWDER, Leonard Aiken, South Carolina Illegal dispensing of controlled substance and Medicaid fraud
BROWN, David Steven New York, New York Securities fraud and mail fraud
BURLESON, Delores Caroylene, aka Delores Cox Burleson Hanna, Oklahoma Possession of marijuana
BUSTAMANTE, John H. Cleveland, Ohio Wire fraud
CAMPBELL, Mary Louise Ruleville, Mississippi Aiding and abetting the unauthorized use and transfer of food stamps
CANDELARIA, Eloida   False information in registering to vote
CAPILI, Dennis Sobrevinas Glendale, California Filing false statements in alien registration
CHAMBERS, Donna Denise Memphis, Tennessee Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute cocaine, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, use of a telephone to facilitate cocaine conspiracy
CHAPMAN, Douglas Eugene Scott, Arkansas Bank fraud
CHAPMAN, Ronald Keith Scott, Arkansas Bank fraud
CHAVEZ, Francisco Larios Santa Ana, California Aiding and abetting illegal entry of aliens
CISNEROS, Henry G.    
CLINTON, Roger    
COHN, Stuart Harris New Haven, Connecticut 1. Illegal sale of gold options

2. Illegal sale of silver options

COOPER, David Marc Wapakoneta, Ohio Conspiracy to defraud the government
COX, Ernest Harley, Jr. Pine Bluff, Arkansas Conspiracy to defraud a federally insured savings and loan, misapplication of bank funds, false statements
CROSS, John F., Jr. Little Rock, Arkansas Embezzlement by a bank employee
CUNNINGHAM, Rickey Lee Amarillo, Texas Possession with intent to distribute marijuana
DE LABIO, Richard Anthony Baltimore, Maryland Mail fraud, aiding and abetting
DEUTCH, John   Described in January 19, 2001 information
DOUGLAS, Richard   False statements
DOWNE, Edward Reynolds   Conspiracy to commit wire fraud and tax evasion; securities fraud
DUDLEY, Marvin Dean Omaha, Nebraska False statements
DUNCAN, Larry Lee Branson, Missouri Altering an automobile odometer
FAIN, Robert Clinton   Aiding and assisting in the preparation of a false corporate tax return
FERNANDEZ, Marcos Arcenio Miami, Florida Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana
FERROUILLET, Alvarez   Interstate transport of stolen property, money laundering, false statements
FUGAZY, William Denis Harrison, New York Perjury in a bankruptcy proceeding
GEORGE, Lloyd Reid   Mail fraud
GOLDSTEIN, Louis Las Vegas, Nevada Possession of goods stolen from interstate shipment
GORDON, Rubye Lee Tampa, Florida Forgery of U.S. Treasury checks
GREEN, Pincus Switzerland  
HAMNER, Robert Ivey Searcy, Arkansas Conspiracy to distribute marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute
HANDLEY, Samuel Price Hodgenville, Kentucky Conspiracy to steal government property
HANDLEY, Woodie Randolph Hodgenville, Kentucky Conspiracy to steal government property
HARMON, Jay Houston Jonesboro, Arkansas 1. Conspiracy to import marijuana, conspiracy to possess marijuana with intent to distribute, importation of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute

2. Conspiracy to import cocaine

HEMMINGSON, John   Interstate transport of stolen property, money laundering
HERDLINGER, David S. St. Simons Island, Georgia Mail fraud
HUCKLEBERRY, Debi Rae Ogden, Utah Distribution of methamphetamine
JAMES, Donald Ray Fairfield Bay, Arkansas Mail fraud, wire fraud, and false statement to a bank to influence credit approval
JOBE, Stanley Pruet El Paso, Texas Conspiracy to commit bank fraud, and bank fraud
JOHNSON, Ruben H. Austin, Texas Theft and misapplication of bank funds by a bank officer or director
JONES, Linda   Conspiracy to commit bank fraud and other offenses against the United States
LAKE, James Howard   Illegal corporate campaign contributions, wire fraud
LEWIS, June Louise Lowellville, Ohio Embezzlement by a bank employee
LEWIS, Salim Bonnor Short Hills, New Jersey Securities fraud, record keeping violations, margin violations
LODWICK, John Leighton Excelsior Springs, Missouri Income tax evasion
LOPEZ, Hildebrando San Isidro, Texas Distribution of cocaine
LUACES, Jose Julio Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Possession of an unregistered firearm
MANESS, James Timothy   Conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance
MANNING, James Lowell Little Rock, Arkansas Aiding and assisting in the preparation of a false corporate tax return
MARTIN, John Robert Gulf Breeze, Florida Income tax evasion
MARTINEZ, Frank Ayala Elgin, Texas Conspiracy to supply false documents to the Immigration and Naturalization Service
MARTINEZ, Silvia Leticia Beltran Elgin, Texas Conspiracy to supply false documents to the Immigration and Naturalization Service
McCORMICK, John Francis Dedham, Massachusetts Racketeering conspiracy, racketeering, and violation of the Hobbs act
McDOUGAL, Susan H.    
MECHANIC, Howard Lawrence   1. Violating the Civil Disobedience Act of 1968

2. Failure to appear

3. Making false statement in acquiring a passport

MITCHELL, Brook K., Sr.   Conspiracy to illegally obtain USDA subsidy payments, false statements to USDA, and false entries on USDA forms
MORGAN, Charles Wilfred, III Little Rock, Arkansas Conspiracy to distribute cocaine
MORISON, Samuel Loring Crofton, Maryland Willful transmission of defense information, unauthorized possession and retention of defense information, theft of government property
NAZZARO, Richard Anthony Winchester, Massachusetts Perjury and conspiracy to commit mail fraud
NOSENKO, Charlene Ann Phoenix, Arizona Conspiracy to defraud the United States, and influencing or injuring an officer or juror generally
OBERMEIER, Vernon Raymond Belleville, Illinois Conspiracy to distribute cocaine, distribution of cocaine, and using a communications facility to facilitate distribution of cocaine
OGALDE, Miguelina Glendale, California Conspiracy to import cocaine
OWEN, David C. Olathe, Kansas Filing a false tax return
PALMER, Robert W. Little Rock, Arkansas Conspiracy to make false statements
PERHOSKY, Kelli Anne Bridgeville, Pennsylvania Conspiracy to commit mail fraud
PEZZOPANE, Richard H. Palo Heights, Illinois Conspiracy to commit racketeering, and mail fraud
PHILLIPS, Orville Rex Waco, Texas Unlawful structure of a financial transaction
POLING, Vinson Stewart, Jr. Baldwin, Maryland Making a false bank entry, and aiding and abetting
PROUSE, Norman Lyle Conyers, Georgia Operating or directing the operation of a common carrier while under the influence of alcohol
PRUITT, Willie H. H., Jr. Port Richey, Florida Absent without official leave
PURSLEY, Danny Martin, Sr. Goodlettsville, Tennessee Aiding and abetting the conduct of an illegal gambling business, and obstruction of state laws to facilitate illegal gambling
RAVENEL, Charles D. Charleston, South Carolina Conspiracy to defraud the United States
RAY, William Clyde Altus, Oklahoma Fraud using a telephone
REGALADO, Alfredo Luna Pharr, Texas Failure to report the transportation of currency in excess of $10,000 into the United States
RICAFORT, Ildefonso Reynes Houston, Texas Submission of false claims to Veterans Administration
RICH, Marc Switzerland  
RIDDLE, Howard Winfield Mt. Crested Butte, Colorado Violation of the Lacey Act (receipt of illegally imported animal skins)
RILEY, Richard Wilson, Jr.   Possession of cocaine with intent to distribute
ROBBINS, Samuel Lee Cedar Park, Texas Misprision of a felony
RODRIGUEZ, Joel Gonzales Houston, Texas Theft of mail by a postal employee
ROGERS, Michael James McAllen, Texas Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana
ROSS, Anna Louise Lubbock, Texas Distribution of cocaine
RUST, Gerald Glen Avery, Texas False declarations before grand jury
RUST, Jerri Ann Avery, Texas False declarations before grand jury
RUTHERFORD, Bettye June Albuquerque, New Mexico Possession of marijuana with intent to distribute
SANDS, Gregory Lee Sioux Falls, South Dakota Conspiracy to distribute cocaine
SCHWIMMER, Adolph   Conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States, conspiracy to export arms and ammunition to a foreign country and related charges
SERETTI, Albert A., Jr. McKees Rocks, Pennyslvania Conspiracy and wire fraud
SHAW, Patricia Campbell Hearst Wilton, Connecticut Armed bank robbery and using a firearm during a felony
SMITH, Dennis Joseph Redby, Minnesota 1. Unauthorized absence

2. Failure to obey off-limits instructions

3. Unauthorized absence

SMITH, Gerald Owen Florence, Mississippi Armed bank robbery
SMITH, Stephen A.    
SPEAKE, Jimmie Lee Breckenridge, Texas Conspiracy to possess and utter counterfeit $20 Federal Reserve notes
STEWART, Charles Bernard Sparta, Georgia Illegally destroying U.S. Mail
STEWART-ROLLINS, Marlena Francisca Euclid, Ohio Conspiracy to distribute cocaine
SYMINGTON, John Fife, III    
TANNEHILL, Richard Lee Reno, Nevada Conspiracy and restraint of trade
TENAGLIA, Nicholas C. Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania Receipt of illegal payments under the Medicare program
THOMAS, Gary Allen Lancaster, Texas Theft of mail by postal employee
TODD, Larry Weldon Gardendale, Texas Conspiracy to commit an offense against the U.S. in violation of the Lacey Act and the Airborne Hunting Act
TREVINO, Olga C. Converse, Texas Misapplication by a bank employee
VAMVOUKLIS, Ignatious Exeter, New Hampshire Possession of cocaine
VAN DE WEERD, Patricia A. Tomahawk, Wisconsin Theft by a U.S. Postal employee
WADE, Christopher V.    
WARMATH, Bill Wayne Walls, Mississippi Obstruction of correspondence
WATSON, Jack Kenneth Oakridge, Oregon Making false statements of material facts to the U.S. Forest Service
WEBB, Donna Lynn Panama City, Florida False entry in savings and loan record by employee
WELLS, Donald William Phenix City, Alabama Possession of an unregistered firearm
WENDT, Robert H. Kirkwood, Missouri Conspiracy to effectuate the escape of a federal prisoner
WILLIAMS, Jack L.   Making false statements to federal agents
WILLIAMS, Kevin Arthur Omaha, Nebraska Conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute crack cocaine
WILLIAMS, Robert Michael Davison, Michigan Conspiracy to transport in foreign commerce securities obtained by fraud
WILSON, Jimmie Lee Helena, Arkansas Converting property mortgaged or pledged to a farm credit agency, and converting public money to personal use
WINGATE, Thelma Louise Sale City, Georgia Mail fraud
WOOD, Mitchell Couey Sherwood, Arkansas Conspiracy to possess and to distribute cocaine
WOOD, Warren Stannard Las Vegas, Nevada Conspiracy to defraud the United States by filing a false document with the Securities and Exchange Commission
WORTHEY, Dewey Conway, Arkansas Medicaid fraud
YALE, Rick Allen Belleville, Illinois Bank fraud
YASAK, Joseph A. Chicago, Illinois Knowingly making under oath a false declaration regarding a material fact before a grand jury
YINGLING, William Stanley   Interstate transportation of stolen vehicle
YOUNG, Phillip David Little Rock, Arkansas Interstate transportation and sale of fish and wildlife


27 posted on 07/02/2007 5:03:23 PM PDT by Grampa Dave (Why do liberals thrive on bad news for America?)
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To: Grampa Dave

ping for future reference. this is great.


28 posted on 07/02/2007 5:20:04 PM PDT by sjm_888
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To: syriacus

Are you sure that isn’t the Clinton’s donor list? < /sarc>


29 posted on 07/02/2007 5:23:56 PM PDT by Tall_Texan (Global warming? Hell, in Texas, we just call that "summer".)
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To: sjm_888; Perdogg

Perdogg did the heavy lifting re the list of the criminals pardons by the Clintoons during their raping, robbing and pillaging of America.


30 posted on 07/02/2007 5:24:07 PM PDT by Grampa Dave (Why do liberals thrive on bad news for America?)
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To: PhilipFreneau

I should have said “drug connections”.


31 posted on 07/02/2007 5:34:19 PM PDT by Fresh Wind (Without the fence, deporting illegals is like shoveling water.)
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