Monday, May 6, 2013

Reverend, Bishop, Legislator Takes a Number

The Kansas City Star reports that the Reverend - Bishop and - Jackson County legislator James D. Tindall is seeking a presidential pardon stemming from his 1999 felony conviction because he wants to "clear his name." And the Justice Department has confirmed that there is a “pending pardon application” that is "currently under consideration."

Tindall, an African-American, has been elected to two, four-year terms since his conviction in 1999. He was charged with filing false income tax. See story here.

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