Presidential Pardons, Part 1
Witnesses testified about presidential pardons granted in the final days of the Clinton administration, and particularly about the pardon… read more
Witnesses testified about presidential pardons granted in the final days of the Clinton administration, and particularly about the pardon of financier Marc Rich. Ms. Dozoretz appeared but refused to testify about her fundraising efforts on behalf of the Democratic Party, invoking her constitutional right against self-incrimination. Former White House aides then testified that they had opposed several pardons and talked about the process by which the pardons were granted. close
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Beth E. Dozoretz Trustee Democratic National Committee
Bruce Lindsey Deputy Counsel (Former) White House
Beth Nolan Assistant Counsel (Former) White House
John D. Podesta Chief of Staff (Former) White House
Jack Quinn Counsel (Former) White House
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