by Max Brantley
Nations has been waiting for six months.
And one man's father is the governor, the other's is not.
"They told me in a letter from the parole board that it was going to go in front of the governor and he would make the final decision and I haven't even heard yay or nay," says Nations.
"When you heard that he was planning on pardoning his son for the exact same first offense charge that you have...and that was only on his desk a month...what was your reaction?"
"Well I was kind of bothered by it but I would just hope he would take the same consideration for me that he did his son," says Nations.