‘I Am Free’: Alice Marie Johnson Thanks Trump For Commuting Her Sentence At The RNC | NBC News

Alice Marie Johnson thanked President Trump for commuting her sentence and working on criminal justice reform at the Republican National Convention.
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‘I Am Free’: Alice Marie Johnson Thanks Trump For Commuting Her Sentence At The RNC | NBC News

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