FROM Jim Ash
Lame Duck Crist May Pardon Jim Morrison Posthumously After a concert in Miami in 1969, The Doors' lead singer Jim Morrison was convicted of two felonies: exposure and profanity. Morrison died in 1971 before ever going to prison, but fans have long demanded a posthumous pardon. Now Florida's outgoing Governor Charlie Crist says "stay tuned." Florida's Board of Executive Clemency will meet on December 9, for the last time before Crist leaves office. Jim Ash covers Florida politics for the Gannett News Service .
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