Hollande pardon for French woman jailed for murdering violent spouse


Jacqueline Sauvage, 69, who was twice convicted for shooting dead her husband after decades of his violent attacks and sexual abuse, including against his own daughters, has been pardoned by President François Hollande.

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A French woman who murdered her husband in 2012 has been released after a second intervention by President François Hollande, reports BBC News.