462 Oklahoma inmates will be released today in the largest commutation in US history
OKLAHOMA-- Hundreds of Oklahoma inmates will leave prison Monday before their original sentences are over. And bipartisan lawmakers couldn't be happier. In the largest mass commutation in US history, 462 non-violent inmates will be released Monday, the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board said. A total of 527 inmates had their sentences commuted Friday, but 65 of them have detainers and will be released later.