Sydney: Rock band The Doors and family members of late vocalist Jim Morrison have clearly said "thanks, but no thanks" to Florida officials for pardoning the singer of his indecent exposure conviction.Morrison was convicted of indecent exposure for his actions during a 1969 concert in Miami, and outgoing Governor Charlie Crist had arranged for the pardon early this month from the state’s Office of Executive Clemency.But on December 22 band members Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek and John Densmore declined the pardon."We don’t feel Jim needs to be pardoned for anything. Accounts vary as to what actually happened on stage that night," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted them as saying in a statement.
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