perhaps the solution is a "mock trial" with all evidence being reviewed; testimony taken; and closing arguments being made.
While they would not be subject to jail, perhaps this would bring true closure.
And if truly found guilty, they would lose their rights to reparations.
One other point. In virtually every pardon request made, the Attorney General or staff is consulted for legal opinions. She's not an attorney; why did she not have the AG review the data before issuing her decree?
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