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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Clarence Aaron
At the height of the war on drugs in 1992, Clarence Aaron, then a 22-year old football player at Southern University in Baton Rouge, La., introduced a classmate to a high school friend who was a cocaine dealer, leading to a sale of nine kilograms (about 20 lbs.) of cocaine.
The Justice Department's pardon attorney inaccurately advised the White House regarding the clemency bid of a first-time drug offender sentenced in 1993 to three life terms in a drug case in which he was not the buyer, seller or supplier and received the stiffest sentence of all those convicted in the case, a report said Tuesday.
He said the text of that email had been reviewed and approved by a relatively inexperienced counsel to the then-deputy attorney general.