JONO asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 1 decade ago

does anyone out there remember how many criminals Bill Clinton pardoned on his last day in office?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Verla Jean Allen (1990 false statements to an agency of the United States)

    Nicholas M. Altiere (1983 importation of cocaine)

    Bernice Ruth Altschul (1992 money laundering conspiracy)

    Joe Anderson Jr. (1988 income tax evasion)

    William Sterling Anderson (1987 defraudment of a financial institution, false statements to a financial institution, wire fraud)

    Mansour Azizkhani (1984 false statements in bank loan applications)

    Cleveland Victor Babin Jr. (1987 using the U.S. mail service to defraud)

    Chris Harmon Bagley (1989 conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine)

    Scott Lynn Bane (Unlawful distribution of marijuana)

    Thomas Cleveland Barber (Issuing worthless checks)

    Peggy Ann Bargon (Violation of the Lacey Act, violation of the Bald Eagle Protection Act)

    David Roscoe Blampied (possess with intent to distribute cocaine)

    William Arthur Borders Jr. (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)

    Arthur David Borel (Odometer Rollback)

    Douglas Charles Borel (Odometer Rollback)

    George Thomas Brabham (Making a false statement or report to a federally insured bank)

    Almon Glenn Braswell (1983 mail fraud and perjury)

    Leonard Browder (Illegal dispensing of controlled substance and Medicaid fraud)

    David Steven Brown (Securities fraud and mail fraud)

    Delores Caroylene Burleson, aka Delores Cox Burleson (Possession of Marijuana)

    John H. Bustamante (wire fraud)

    Mary Louise Campbell

    Eloida Candelaria

    Dennis Sobrevinas Capili

    Donna Denise Chambers

    Douglas Eugene Chapman

    Ronald Keith Chapman

    Francisco Larois Chavez

    Henry Cisneros (former HUD Secretary)

    Roger Clinton, Jr. (half-brother of President Bill Clinton)

    Stuart Harris Cohn

    David Marc Cooper

    Ernest Harley Cox Jr.

    John F. Cross Jr.

    Reickey Lee Cunningham

    Richard Anthony De Labio

    John Deutch (former Director of Central Intelligence Agency)

    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

    Rick Hendrick

    John Hummingson

    David S. Herdlinger

    Debi Rae Huckleberry

    Warren C. Hultgren Jr.

    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, (1982, aiding and assisting in the preparation of a false corporate income tax return)

    John Robert Martin

    Frank Ayala Martinez

    Silvia Leticia Beltran Martinez

    John Francis McCormick

    Susan H. McDougal

    Howard 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.[1]

    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

    Joel Gonzales Rodriguez

    Michael James Rogers

    Anna Louise Ross

    Dan Rostenkowski - Former Democratic Congressman convicted in the Congressional Post Office Scandal

    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

    Fife Symington III - former Arizona governor

    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

    Phillip David Young

    Keith Sanders

    Darren Muci

    John Scott (not a full pardon)

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You know, both Clinton and Bush either Pardoned or Commuted people and those people really should not have been Pardoned or Commuted. They both were wrong and as many here have been saying "Two wrongs don't make a right". Regardless of what Clinton did, it should not be okay for Bush to do. Clinton had his bad stuff and Bush has his, they just are in a different party. I didn't like what Clinton did back then and I don't like what Bush is doing now. Just because we go after Bush, doesn't mean we all loved Clinton for what he did.

  • 1 decade ago

    The sentences commuted by Clinton on his last day in office were of people who had at least served part of their sentences. Libby didn't serve a single day. It's not about Libby. It's the reason for the commutation.

    Libby is covering for a traitor. Outing a CIA agent is a felony against America.

  • 1 decade ago

    140 his last week including Marc Rich - which no one seems to remember. He issued 420 while in office.

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  • tine
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    He pardoned a gaggle of individuals who paid for those pardons. He used the workplace for inner maximum earnings, yet because of the fact it grow to be on his final day there grow to be no reason to question him for it, because of the fact he grow to be already leaving. Hillary will do the same if (God forbid) she is elected President...

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    A bit close to 200. And while he was doing that Hill-Billy was overseeing the fleecing of the White House by removing hundreds of valuable items belonging to the US. The Clintons were later ordered to return them. They never apologized.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I think it was 140 including Marc Rich who was at the time a fugitive

  • Nick F
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    does this somehow make it okay for bush to commute the sentence of someone where it's an obvious conflict of interest?

    I don't understand why you people keep mentioning Clinton, Do two wrongs somnehow make a right?

  • 1 decade ago

    This question infers that Bush also a criminal. That is the only reason for such a comparison.

  • 1 decade ago

    I think it was around 120 and 246 throughout his full term in office.

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