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Anti-DuVal group provides no evidence to back up claims (access required)

Anti-DuVal group provides no evidence to back up claims <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/12/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

An independent expenditure group that supports Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Ducey accused rival Fred DuVal of helping a group of Puerto Rican terrorists get clemency from the Clinton administration, despite a lack of evidence that the Democratic nominee had any role in the controversy.

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3 new appointees on clemency board; long-time chief out (access required)

Duane Belcher, chairman and executive director of the Arizona Board of Clemency, is on his way out after 20 years, as three new appointees take their places on the panel now made up entirely of Gov. Jan Brewer’s picks. Belcher’s departure, some observers say, creates a vacuum of experience and leadership. Belcher is also one of the last members left from a board that unanimously recommended in 2009 to reduce a life sentence for a man many believe is innocent of a double murder.

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