Jim Ash

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After a concert in Miami in 1969, The Doors' lead singer  Jim Morrison  was convicted of two felonies: exposure and profanity.

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.

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