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Continuing Biden Pardons Bolden

(continued from Home Page) Biden pardoned three people, including Bolden and commuted the sentences of 75 other people serving long sentences for nonviolent drug offenses, who under current guidelines would be serving less time. “Today, I am pardoning three people who have demonstrated their commitment to rehabilitation and are striving every day to give back

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Rights Pioneer’s Obit Prompts Disputes Over JFK Murder Half-Truths

By Andrew Kreig // The Washington Post’s obituary last week of a pioneering African-American lawyer continued the paper’s controversial coverage of the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the 1964 murder of his lover Mary Pinchot Meyer, shown above with JFK at the White House. On May 21, the Post published a long

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Historic Conference May 3-4 To Document MLK, RFK Murder Evidence Cover-ups

On the unique occasion of the 50th anniversary this spring of the assassinations of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, scientific, legal and historical experts will describe at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh from May 3 to 4 shocking shortcomings in official verdicts on the deaths. The unprecedented conference will feature, among

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