A hot, frenzied night in Miami changed life for Jim Morrison and The Doors. That's something the late singer's pardon on indecent exposure and profanity charges can't correct.
The widow of The Doors singer Jim Morrison says Florida's intention to pardon him for a 1969 indecent exposure conviction is a cheap political ploy.
Forty years after Jim Morrison was convicted of exposing himself at a wild Miami concert, this is the end: Florida's Clemency Board, egged on by departing Gov. Charlie Crist, pardoned The Doors' long-dead singer Thursday.
Jim Morrison was posthumously pardoned Thursday for a 1970 indecent exposure conviction in Florida, a move a woman who said she was married to The Doors lead singer called a cheap political ploy.
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A woman who said she was married to The Doors singer Jim Morrison on Thursday called Florida's intention to pardon him for a 1969 indecent exposure conviction a cheap political ploy.
Doors singer Jim Morrison would have turned 67 on Wednesday. On Thursday, Florida's Gov. Charlie Crist and the other members of the state's Clemency Board will decide whether the late rocker should be pardoned for a 1969 indecent exposure conviction.
The Doors' Jim Morrison will get a posthumous pardon Thursday for an indecent exposure conviction in Florida that resulted when the late singer pulled what a bandmate called "a mind trip on the audience, and they totally fell for it."
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