Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick exits the US Federal Courthouse in downtown Detroit on Monday March 11, 2013 after the jury handed down a verdict in his public corruption trial.
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The coronavirus outbreak that sentenced some of Kwame Kilpatrick's fellow inmates to death will help set the former Detroit mayor free next month.
He denies any responsibility for the 24 federal felony offenses of which he was convicted, and he has served only one quarter of his sentence," Schneider said on Feb. 19, one day after Trump granted clemency to 11 convicted criminals, including former Illinois Gov.
After a 6-month trial in U.S. District Court, a jury convicted Kilpatrick of running a criminal enterprise out of the mayor's office to enrich himself and his friends.