"Today's decision is yet another example that this Administration simply considers itself above the law. This case arose from the Administration's politicization of national security intelligence and its efforts to punish those who spoke out against its policies. Four years into the Iraq war, Americans are still living with the consequences of this White House's efforts to quell dissent. This commutation sends the clear signal that in this Administration, cronyism and ideology trump competence and justice."
After all, she and her husband sold pardons in the final days of their reign.
Update: Here's a list of Clinton's pardons. Some pretty salty dudes on that list, including some terrorists. He pardoned the terrorists to pick up some Puerto Rican votes for his wife's senatorial campaign.