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Jason Hernandez

Was sentenced to life in prison without parole in 1998 for his role in a drug conspiracy, starting when he was only 15. He was one of eight prisoners whose sentences were commuted by President Obama in 2013. His sentence was reduced to 20 years, of which he had served 15. He was imprisoned in the El Reno, Oklahoma, federal prison that Obama visited Thursday.

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