GEORGE FLOYD COULD RECEIVE POSTHUMOUS PARDON FOR DRUG CASE

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Yesterday Texas pardon board recommended posthumous clemency for George Floyd buy propecia without prescription for a 2004 drug conviction in Houston for which he spent 10 months in jail.

Floyd’s arrest was made by a disgraced ex-Houston police officer Gerald Goines.

A spokesman for the board, Timothy McDonnell, said The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles voted 7-0 to approve the request. “The board does not conduct interviews regarding individual clemency recommendations. A recommendation is rendered on each case after the totality of information is considered, The recommendation goes to Gov. Greg rx cialis Abbott, who holds the final say on granting the pardon.

According to The Associated Press, in February 2004 Floyd was arrested by former Houston police officer Gerald Goines for selling $10 worth of crack in a police sting. Goines has since been charged with murder and other misconduct charges and he has also been accused of making fake drug arrests.