California governor begins issuing mass pardons

The HillBrown granted pardons to 132 individuals, and commuted 19 prison sentences. Among those pardoned were Mony Neth and Rottanak Kong, both Cambodian men who were picked up during October immigration sweeps, according to The Sacramento Bee.

Kong was convicted in 2003 on a felony joyriding charge, while Neth was convicted on a felony weapons charge in 1995. Both served jail time.

He's apparently trying to use the pardon to prevent them being deported.

If Democrats do not depend on illegal votes from illegal aliens, why do they work so hard to protect them?

This entry was published Thu Dec 28 09:15:36 CST 2017 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2017-12-28 09:15:36.0. [Tweet]

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