Huckabee: Why I commuted Clemmons sentence
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Huckabee: Why I commuted Clemmons sentence

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee explains why he commuted the sentence of Maurice Clemmons, suspected of shooting police officers in Washington State before being killed by authorities. (Dec. 1) (The Associated Press)

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