Roland Martin talks with Dafna Linzer of ProPublica about the Clarence Aaron case. Aaron was a first-time offender sentenced in 1993 to three life terms in prison for his role in a drug conspiracy ring; although he had no violent past and a clean criminal history.
Aaron has been seeking a pardon for many years, currently many activists and politicians are pleaing with President Barack Obama to pardon him as well but seemingly to no avail.
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