Capitol Rioters Were Among Those Who Held Out Hope For A Trump Pardon And Didn't Get ItSeveral Texans and others arrested for rioting and storming the gates at U.S. Capitol were among those holding out hope that President Donald Trump would have used some of his last hours in office to grant them a full pardon.
'No Get Out Of Jail Free Card For The 'Tiger King': Trump Pardon List Doesn't Include Texas Prisoner Joe ExoticThe stretch limousine that sat outside the federal prison in Fort Worth on January 19 left empty -- this after President Donald Trump's flurry of pardons didn't include one for “Tiger King” Joe Exotic.
Trump Issues Late-Night Pardons On Eve Of Inauguration As He Prepares To Leave D.C. On Air Force One For The Final TimePresident Trump is leaving Washington, D.C. aboard Air Force One Wednesday morning for the last time as president, hours after he pardoned 73 people.
'Tiger King Joe Exotic' Not On White House List Of 73 Pardons Released After Midnight“Joe Exotic” Maldonado-Passage formally requested a pardon from President Donald Trump last year.
His Legal Team Went To D.C. From Texas, Now 'Joe Exotic' Waits In Fort Worth To See If He'll Be PardonedWith President Donald Trump's term ending in less than 24 hours the man known as the Tiger King is waiting in a federal prison in Fort Worth to see if his request for a pardon will be granted.
SMU Law Professor Says President Trump Can Issue 'Blanket Pardon' For Capitol RiotersSMU law professor Eric Cedillo says President Trump can pardon anyone, even if they are not charged with a crime.
North Texan Jenna Ryan Tells CBS 11 She Deserves Pardon After Arrest For Alleged Role In Capitol Riot"I just want people to know I'm a normal person. That I listen to my president who told me to go to the Capitol," Ryan told CBS 11.
Online Videos Help Prosecutors Pursue People Who Stormed US CapitolAll of the cell phone videos posted online and social media is helping federal investigators and prosecutors file charges against those who stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
Legal Team For 'Joe Exotic' Flies From Texas To D.C. To Ask President Trump For PardonA legal team for Joe Exotic gathered in Texas in the early morning hours of January 6. The group was at Meacham Airport in Fort Worth, boarding a plane for Washington, D.C. to ask President Donald Trump for a pardon.
'Nothing Will Hold Me Back Anymore' Says Texas Sex Trafficking Survivor Rebekah Charleston After Presidential PardonRebekah Charleston said receiving a full pardon from President Donald Trump is a gift.
Former Sex Trafficking Victim From North Texas Rebekah Charleston Pardoned By President Trump"Rebekah Charleston’s pardon is supported by her friends, family, and even the Special Agent who arrested her in 2006 for tax evasion," the statement from the president's press secretary said.