President Donald Trump on Friday said he’s considering a posthumous pardon for boxing champ Muhammad Ali, who was convicted in 1967 of refusing military service in the Vietnam War. You’ve got to get the right people.
"Those are the famous people and in one way it’s easier .
Though the specifics of any pardon for Ali are unclear, the boxer in 1967 was stripped of his heavyweight title and sentenced to five years in prison for refusing to be drafted into the Vietnam War. The Supreme Court overturned his conviction in 1971.