Texas governor seeks to pardon man found guilty of murdering Black Lives Matter protester

A politically charged murder conviction in Texas is testing Gov. Greg Abbott’s pardon power. At the governor’s request, a state board is looking into whether to recommend a pardon for a man convicted of killing an armed protester during the 2020 George Floyd protests. Laura Barrón-López discussed the case and political implications with Jeff Sharlet.

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