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Obama recieves pardon request for Fattah

U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah (NewsWorks file photo)

U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah (NewsWorks file photo)

In a joint letter sent to President Barack Obama, former Special Counsel to President Bill Clinton, Lanny Davis, Esquire, and Rev. Dr. Thurmond Evans have requested a pardon for U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah.

News of the request came Thursday in a late afternoon email.

The letter, available online at FattahCase.com requests a pardon for Fattah, “considering his record of service and the recognized irregularities in the process for this case.”

According to the website, Fattahcase.com was created by a group of former Fattah staffers “who have directly worked with him in his efforts to improve the quality of life for so many.”

This is an ongoing story. Check back with NewsWorks for updates.

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