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Legendary boxer Mike Tyson is calling out United States President Joe Biden after people across the country continue to be incarcerated on crimes related to marijuana.

Last week, Mike Tyson, who owns a cannabis brand called Tyson 2.0, sent a letter to Joe Biden calling out the president for not upholding his promise to release incarcerated marijuana offenders, saying “The war on marijuana is over.”

“I write in support of granting clemency to marijuana offenders still incarcerated in federal prison and restoring civil rights to those haunted by a federal marijuana conviction,” Tyson said to Biden in his letter according to Fox News.

Biden has granted pardons for simple federal and D.C. possession of marijuana offenses since he’s been in office, but as Fox News points out, there are still at least 3,000 people currently incarcerated for marijuana-related sentences. And Tyson wants to change that.

“Marijuana should not be a crime. Americans today reject marijuana prohibition in public opinion polls and through legalization efforts across the nation. The U.S. government should no longer use marijuana as a reason to lock people up. The first step is to release the remaining people incarcerated federally under America’s war on marijuana and to wipe the slate clean for those convicted of federal marijuana offenses,” Tyson said.

Tyson ended his letter by demanding action from Biden.

“The war on marijuana is over, Mr. President, as seen in legalization efforts across the nation and in polls showing that most Americans oppose marijuana prohibition. Through a categorical clemency grant, you can declare an end to federal warfare on our own people and mark the beginning of a new era of peace and prosperity,” Tyson’s letter ends.

Biden did not immediately respond to the letter.

[Fox News]