Saturday, May 25, 2024

Biden Pardons Six People, Including Woman Who Killed Husband

'Even though Biden pardoned these people on Friday, he didn't need to do it -- they already served their sentences in prison...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) Joe Biden pardoned six people who have committed crimes ranging from murder to drug-related charges.

Even though Biden pardoned these people on Friday, he didn’t need to do it — they already served their sentences in prison, according to the Daily Wire.

Beverly Ann Ibn-Tamas, 80, was convicted of murder in the second degree after she killed her husband when she was 33 years old. She testified that her husband was beating and threatening her right before she killed him. Ibn-Tamas was also pregnant when she murdered her husband.

“During her trial, the court refused to allow expert testimony regarding battered woman syndrome, a psychological condition and pattern of behavior that develops in victims of domestic violence,” according to a statement from the White House.

“Ms. Ibn-Tamas was ultimately sentenced to a term of one to five years’ incarceration, with credit for time served. Ms. Ibn-Tamas’s appeal marked one of the first significant steps toward judicial recognition of battered woman syndrome, and her case has been the subject of numerous academic studies.”

After she was released from prison, Ibn-Tamas became the Director of Nursing for an Ohio-based healthcare business. She still works there.

At age 22, Gary Parks Davis, who is now 66 years old, pled guilty for using a telephone to facilitate an unlawful cocaine transaction. He served a six-month sentence on nights and weekends at a county jail and then earned a bachelor’s degree and started a landscaping company.

Edward Lincoln De Coito III, 50, now an electrician, pilot and U.S. Army veteran, spent a year and a half in prison after he was convicted of a marijuana trafficking conspiracy charge when he was 23 years old.

Vincente Ray Flores, 37, another member of the military, served his sentence in prison after he was caught consuming ecstasy and alcohol while on duty. He then returned to military where he won numerous awards.

When he was 18 years old, Charlie Byrnes Jackson, now 77, pled guilty to a single count of possession and sale of distilled spirits without tax stamps. He is now an active member of his church who helps people in need.

John Dix Nock III, 72, pled guilty for manufacturing marijuana plants. He now operates a general contracting company and helps mentor young men.

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