Amy Ralston Pofahl received clemency on July 7, 2000 in SF Chronicle

When Amy Ralston Povah – then Pofahl, received clemency on July 7, 2000, she had no idea when she woke up that day that a 9 year, 3 month long nightmare was about to end. Neither did the prison staff at FCI Dublin, where she was incarcerated.  So imagine her shock when she was found driving in a car speeding along the freeway to San Francisco within hours of receiving the news. It wasn’t long before the media found her and as a result, Amy’s story was on the front page of the San Francisco Chronicle on July 11, 2000.  Here is the digital copy about that glorious day when Amy’s dream of freedom that she fought so hard for, finally came true. Read the rest of the story here.


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