Here is a hypothetical moral dilemma :
A man has been sentenced to twenty years in prison for an armed robbery. The victim was severely beaten. After one year in prison this man starts attending church. He "gets saved" and professes his salvation by Jesus to others.
You are a Christian and now are the U.S. President. Do you grant this man a Presidential Pardon?
Why or why not?
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