President Biden has pardoned three people and commuted the sentence of 75 nonviolent drug offenders. One of the pardons went to 86-year-old Abraham Bolden Sr., who was the first Black Secret Service agent to serve on a presidential detail. Bolden was jailed on federal bribery charges in the 1960s, but he has long claimed he was framed after speaking out against racism within the Secret Service.
Biden Pardons Three People & Commutes Sentences of 75 Drug Offenders
HeadlineApr 27, 2022