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Indiana governor pardons man whom Pence would not

By Reuters
11 February 2017   |   4:57 am
A man who served ten years in prison after being wrongly convicted of armed robbery thanked Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb on Friday for granting him a pardon that had been denied to him by former governor and current Vice President Mike Pence.

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