Biden Pardons First Black Secret Service Agent from Chicago
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President Biden is pardoning a Chicagoan who was the first Black Secret Service agent to serve in the White House.  Abraham Bolden was one of three people pardoned by the president yesterday.  Bolden served on the security detail for President John F. Kennedy.  The 87-year-old spent time in federal prison for trying to sell a copy of a Secret Service file, but always maintained his innocence.