Look at that face. All white and handsome. Of course he should be pardoned. Next question.
“I believe all people deserve the opportunity to make amends with their past,” said Asian-American poet and Executive Director of Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center Giles Li. “And if Mr. Wahlberg chooses to do so, I would hope his first step would be to reach out to the victims of his crimes and the communities he negatively impacted. This is a good opportunity for him to be a model to the rest of mainstream America by engaging with his troublesome past and racial aggression, and addressing it.”