The following are the Bush Pardons?
- —Leslie Owen Collier of Charleston, Mo., who pleaded guilty in 1995 to unlawfully killing three bald eagles in southeast Missouri. He improperly used pesticide in hamburger meat to kill coyotes, but ended up killing many other animals, including the bald eagles. Collier, who was convicted for unauthorized use of a pesticide and violating the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act, was sentenced Feb. 2, 1996, in the Eastern District of Missouri.
- —Milton Kirk Cordes of Rapid City, S.D. Cordes was convicted of conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act, which prohibits importation into the country of wildlife taken in violation of conservation laws.
- —Richard Culpepper of Mahomet, Ill., who was convicted of making false statements to the federal government.
- —Brenda Jean Dolenz-Helmer of Fort Worth, Texas, convicted of concealing knowledge of a crime. Dolenz-Helmer, the daughter of a Dallas doctor accused of medical insurance fraud, was convicted in connection with the doctor's case. She was sentenced Dec. 31, 1998, in the Northern District of Texas to four year's probation with the special condition of 600 hours of community service and a $10,000 fine.
- —Andrew Foster Harley of Falls Church, Va. Harley was convicted of wrongful use and distribution of marijuana and cocaine during a general court martial at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo.
- —Obie Gene Helton of Rossville, Ga., whose offense was unauthorized acquisition of food stamps.
- —Carey C. Hice Sr. of Travelers Rest, S.C., who was convicted of income tax evasion.
- —Geneva Yvonne Hogg of Jacksonville, Fla., convicted of bank embezzlement.
- —William Hoyle McCright Jr. of Midland, Texas, who was convicted of bank fraud.
- —Paul Julian McCurdy of Sulphur, Okla., who was sentenced for misapplication of bank funds.
- —Robert Earl Mohon Jr. of Grant, Ala., who was convicted of conspiracy to distribute marijuana.
- Daniel Figh Pue III of Conroe, Texas, convicted of illegal treatment, storage and disposal of hazardous waste without a permit.
- Ronald Alan Mohrhoff of Los Angeles, who was convicted for unlawful use of a telephone in a narcotics felony.
- —Orion Lynn Vick of White Hall, Ark., who was convicted of aiding and abetting the theft of government property
What about Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean? Jailed for trying to protect our borders and now used as political pawns in the immigration debate.