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Bevin freed Schoettle less than 18 months into his sentence because the former governor said the case relied more on testimony than physical evidence.
On Terry Meiners' radio show Thursday night, Bevin was asked about his pardon of Micah Schoettle, one of hundreds of pardons the former governor issued before leaving office, who was sentenced in 2018 to 23 years in prison for raping a 9-year-old girl in Kenton County.
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