Justice Undone: Clemency Decisions in the Clinton White House

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The House Committee on Government Reform released a three-part report examining clemency and the federal cases on Marc Rich and Pincus Green to determine the legitimacy of President Clinton's executive pardons of these men. The committee examined evidence from the cases in addition to declassified reports provided by the intelligence community. The committee found that Rich and Green were culpable in their crimes and were unjustly pardoned by President Clinton.
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House Committee on Government Reform, hearing on "The Controversial Pardon of International Fugitive Marc Rich," 107th Cong., H.Hrg. 107-11, (2001, February 8 and March 1)
Senate Committee on the Judiciary, hearing on "President Clinton\342\200\231s Eleventh Hour Pardons," 107th Cong., S.Hrg. 107-194, (2001, February 14)
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