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fliptoxicwaste 2 posts  |  Last Activity: Nov 30, 2014 6:54 PM Member since: Apr 19, 2009
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    “The Stranger,” By Chuck Todd

    by farlandunderwood2 Nov 30, 2014 6:00 PM
    fliptoxicwaste fliptoxicwaste Nov 30, 2014 6:54 PM Flag

    Mark Felt and Edward Miller: Mark Felt and Edward Miller are known as the highest-ranking convicted criminals in the FBI because of their involvement in the 1978 invasion of Vietnam protesters’ homes and offices during the Nixon presidency. The unwarranted break-ins were done to notify the FBI and President Nixon of any suspicious activities and stop any terrorist influences among the draft dodders. Although Ronald Reagan’s Justice Department advised against it, the former president pardoned Felt and Miller for their criminal convictions. Reagan’s reasoning for the pardon was that the men were acting on an honorable mission to protect the nation.

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    “The Stranger,” By Chuck Todd

    by farlandunderwood2 Nov 30, 2014 6:00 PM
    fliptoxicwaste fliptoxicwaste Nov 30, 2014 6:53 PM Flag

    Aslam P. Adam: Aslam P. Adam was a Pakistani drug trafficker who was convicted of conspiracy to posses and distribute $1 million worth of heroin. Adam served eight years of his 55-year federal prison sentence, but was controversially pardoned by former President George H.W. Bush two days before he left office in 1993. The pardon came as a shock to all, but Bush never gave an explanation for his peculiar actions.

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