Biden pardons Abraham Bolden, the only Secret Service agent who sought JFK accountability
The good news is that President Biden has pardoned Abraham Bolden, the first African-American Secret Service agent, who was falsely convicted on bribery charges in the 1960s.
The bad news is that initial reports emphasize Bolden was persecuted for the color of his skin, which is true enough but not the whole story.
Bolden was silenced because he raised questions about the causes of JFK’s assassination. For doing his job, he was targeted, defamed, and railroaded.