Jerry Brown grants 72 pardons over Easter weekend


Click here to see the full list of pardons.

Jerry Brown probably wishes he became a priest. He preaches about climate change like he's high in a pulpit, and he tries to twist his message into one that's Christian and moral.

On Saturday he announced that he pardoned 72 ex-cons and issued 7 commutations, continuing his tradition of showing compassion for criminals around Christian holidays.

Most of the pardons were for people with drug offenses and other lower-level crimes, and for people who had already completed their sentences.

With Prop 57, what even makes for a "low-level crime" these days? You can get away with almost anything!

Other people pardoned were three illegal immigrants, who were deported to Mexico after serving in the U.S. military, and a teenage mother who killed her newborn after giving birth in a bathtub.

Jerry Brown has now issued 1,330 pardons, including 404 during his first two terms as Governor from 1975 to 1983.

Read more at KFI News.

Click here to see the full list of pardons.


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