Mitch Daniels defends pardon of ex-classmate's nephew
Former Gov. Mitch Daniels is defending his decision to grant a pardon to the nephew of a high school friend convicted on drug charges in 1997.
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#1 Sep 9, 2013
Damn! Even with connections,the cost of a pardon was 13k.
Daniels might as well drop the faux sanctimonious attitude. After all,this is the man who became Governor because of the ill gotten gain$ from convicted $windler Tim Durham.
When asked to return "some" of the money back to the aggrieved,Daniels said "no way,can't do it".
Daniels wasn't my man. He was certainly Durham's.
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