Trump Pardons Ex-Officer Convicted of Police Brutality

Donald Trump on Wednesday pardoned a former Maryland police officer who served 10 years in prison in a police brutality case
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President Donald Trump on Wednesday pardoned a former Maryland police officer who served 10 years in prison in a police brutality case after her canine partner attacked a man suspected of burglary.

Stephanie Mohr, a former officer with the Prince George's County Police Department, was among the dozens of people who received clemency from Trump in the waning weeks of his presidency.

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