Biden grants clemency to Colorado drug dealer

By Matt Connelly
Lines of coke (it is baking powder for the record)

According to the Denver Post, President Joe Biden on Tuesday granted clemency to a man who “drove just over 10 pounds of methamphetamine and a half-pound cocaine from California into Rifle, Colorado, in January 2017, where he left the drugs in a storage locker.”
The Denver Post continues with more details on Biden’s decision: 

“Paul Hernandez Contreras, 50, was sentenced to nine years in prison on federal drug trafficking charges in 2019, but will now be released to home confinement on April 26, 2023, after Biden granted him clemency.

He will serve the remainder of his sentence in home confinement, and then will serve a three-year term of supervised release, according to the Department of Justice.”

🔥  DENVER POST: President Biden grants clemency to man who fed drugs into Colorado – Read More
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About the Author:

Matt Connelly is the founder of Campfire Colorado and Campfire Media.