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CBS News 3 Jan 2020

"We thought we had everything behind us": Victim's family says about Bevin pardons

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Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron asked the FBI to formally investigate pardons issued by outgoing Governor Matt Bevin. CBS Eastern Kentucky affiliate WYMT spoke to Melinda Mills, the sister of a victim of one of the people Bevin pardoned, about how she feels about the investigation.


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