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The National Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) thanked President Trump this week for pardoning a former Prince George’s County K-9 officer.

“We applaud @realDonaldTrump for pardoning Stephanie Mohr, a former Prince George’s Co. Officer & first female canine handler in the Department’s history,” the order tweeted along with a photo of Mohr:

????BREAKING: We applaud @realDonaldTrump for pardoning Stephanie Mohr, a former Prince George’s Co.

Officer & first female canine handler in the Department’s history.

What happened to Stephanie was unjust & unfair. Thank you, President Trump, for supporting our law enforcement!

— National Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) (@GLFOP) December 24, 2020

“What happened to Stephanie was unjust & unfair. Thank you, President Trump, for supporting our law enforcement!” the post continued.

In a tweet on Thursday, the FOP said it was “extremely happy to see Stephanie Mohr receive a presidential pardon and to have her reputation restored!”:

We are extremely happy to see Stephanie Mohr receive a presidential pardon and to have her reputation restored! Thank you, President @realDonaldTrump, for erasing this gross miscarriage of justice and for supporting America’s police officers! #MohrPardoned @stephanie_mohr

— National Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) (@GLFOP) December 24, 2020

On Wednesday, the White House announced the president granted Mohr a “full pardon,” adding that “her clemency is supported by the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund and the Fraternal Order of Police.”

The announcement continued:

Ms. Mohr was a police officer in Prince George’s County where she achieved the distinction of being the first female canine handler in the Department’s history. She served 10 years in prison for releasing her K-9 partner on a burglary suspect in 1995, resulting in a bite wound requiring ten stitches. Officer Mohr was a highly commended member of the police force prior to her prosecution. Today’s action recognizes that service and the lengthy term that Ms. Mohr served in prison.

The former officer expressed her gratitude during a recent interview and said she was “overwhelmed with all sorts of emotions.”

At the time of the incident, Mohr said the suspect did not complain and the department did not have any problems with the case.

“Much to my surprise, and my shock, 5 years later, one day before the statute of limitations was to expire, my training officer and I were both indicted,” she commented.

Mohr’s training officer was later acquitted, but after two trials, she received 10 years for “federal civil rights violations,” according to WPDE.

However, the former officer said her faith helped her stay strong.

“I always knew that in order for me to survive, wherever I was, whether I was home or whether I was in prison, that I had to put my anger and my bitterness aside,” she explained.

Mohr added that there was “no room for that in my life and to be strong for my son while I was away from him for so long.”

Her son, now an adult, is working toward becoming a police officer.

“It runs in the family, and it’s a profession that we hold very near and dear to us and like I said, couldn’t be more proud of him,” Mohr concluded.

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Former Trump Organization chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg has withdrawn a not guilty plea in his tax fraud case in New York and is willing to testify against the company in court, according to a new report.

The New York Daily News reported that Weisselberg informed the court Wednesday he is willing to implicate his former employer.

The former CFO for the Trump Organization and the Trump Payroll Corporation was being tried for tax fraud.

Molly Crane-Newman, wiring for the Daily News, reported:

As part of Weisselberg’s plea deal — for which he’s expected to serve five months on Rikers Island — Weisselberg will agree to testify against the companies when they goes to trial in October if he is called as a witness, according to a source who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

Former President Donald Trump has not been named as a defendant in the Manhattan district attorney’s case, which stems from a broader probe into his business practices, and Weisselberg’s plea agreement contains no provision relating to cooperating against Trump, the source said.

Weisselberg allegedly evaded paying taxes while working for the former president’s real estate company for 15 years.

The Daily News report follows CNN reporting the former Trump family confidante would plead guilty, but was unwilling to flip on his former employer.

Network reporter Kara Scannell described Weisselberg as “fiercely loyal” to Trump.

Weisselberg was charged last year with 15 felony counts relating to a broader tax evasion investigation into whether the company paid he and other employees “off the books.”

The scheme reportedly began in 2005, and the company was also charged.

Trump asked the court to dismiss the case against his company last week, but a judge denied the motion, the New York Times reported.

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