The Washington Post
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Letter dated 31 October a.d. 2008:
Dear President Bush
and Counselor Fielding:
Justice Antonin Scalia in his new book with Brian Garner Making Your Case suggests putting up front in your case “Questions Presented”, so the Question Presented to the President and his Counselor Fred Fielding is:
“Can the President Pardon a State Inmate Incarcerated on a Non-Constitutional ‘Alford Plea’?”
I do not know if you read The Washington Post article “Working to Save Innocent Souls” on Saturday, 25 October shown in part above to the right. As G.W. prayed, be... a deliverer to the captives... Tragically, the article reports delays of Liberty and Justice of 5 to 10 years with costs from $150,000 to $300,000.
A few weeks ago I found a news item that reported on the Pardon of Earl Washington, Jr. in 2000 when James Gilmore was Governor of Virginia. In a letter to Governor Kaine dated Tuesday, 14 October a. d. 2008, ...