Trump pardons cannabis prisoners on final day in office

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In a flurry of last-minute executive clemency grants, former U.S. president Donald Trump pardoned at least 10 individuals imprisoned on cannabis-related offences. According to  LifeforPot.com, Long, a father of two and a musician, was sentenced to 50 years for a non-violent marijuana growing offence. Thanks to everyone who supported his petition and supported the petitions of other non-violent marijuana offenders serving life and other egregious sentences,” she wrote. Following the Trump announcement,  Curtis posted an update  on a Facebook page calling for Knock’s release. “Tonight my brother, John Knock, was granted clemency by President Trump. According to a  news release from The Last Prisoner Project (LPP), many of the individuals were facing life sentences without the possibility of parole.

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In a flurry of last-minute executive clemency grants, former U.S. president Donald Trump pardoned at least 10 individuals imprisoned on cannabis-related offences. 

According to a  news release from The Last Prisoner Project (LPP), many of the individuals were facing life sentences without the possibility of parole. 

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