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This thread is now almost 8 years old, but it became relevant again due to a couple of recent cases that are just as abusive.
First, Trump intervened in the cases of 3 Navy seals, which led to the resignation of the Secretary of the Navy.
Then, Kentucky's slimeball governor Matt Bevin pardoned 428 people on his way out the door, including a number of people who were convicted of violent crimes. Even fellow Kentuckian Mitch McConnell felt that the pardons were "completely inappropriate". One of the people who Bevin pardoned was Patrick Brian Baker, who was convicted of homicide and other crimes, and whose family has raised thousands of dollars to retire debt from Bevin’s 2015 gubernatorial campaign.