Texas Board Denies George Floyd Posthumous Pardon for Drug Conviction
The Texas board that had consistently upheld a post mortem pardon for George Floyd north of a 2004 medication capture
then unexpectedly yanked that help a while later
on Thursday denied Floyd that mercy. In a letter originally detailed by an insightful writer with The Marshall Undertaking,
the Texas Leading group of Exculpations and Paroles told Allison Mathis,
the Harris District public protector addressing Floyd regarding this situation,
he would be "qualified to re-apply for a Full Exoneration two years" from now.
The letter didn't name Floyd, however Mathis affirmed to The Marshall Venture it was tending to Floyd's case.