Grant me a pardon, a mistake shouldn't ruin my future.

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RONALD WADDELL
2 years ago
No crime was committed!

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JoAnn Cox
7 years ago
A rule was broken. However, it was not premeditated and no harm came to any other person because of what this man did. In fact, he protected the life of his little sister by breaking the law of NJ. Please grant this sincere request for leniency and pardon him.
thank you; mercy has its place in real life.

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Timothy Winke
7 years ago
I'm signing because I believe in the constitution of the united states. I believe this man did nothing wrong. It is his constitutional right to have a firearm anywhere he wants. These politicians are supposed to uphold the constitution. The second amendment states "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

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muke thvt producer
7 years ago
Because that is fucked up nj burned. Me too nd giv this brother his life back he did nothing wrong nd did nd went about all he had to do fuck nj government

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richard dewey
7 years ago
I believe in this young man. If Christie is a true Conservative Patriot, he'll gladly & confidently grant him a pardon, to erase completely any felonies, from this fellow Conservative Patriot. He deserves his chance to serve God and the public safety!

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Robert Sauer
7 years ago
The man was trying to do the right thing to protect his sibling and made a simple mistake. Governor Christie please pardon this young man and let him fulfill his dream as a police officer. Thank You, Sir

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Nancy Niedermeyer
7 years ago
Let's have some common sense!

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Douglas Brown
7 years ago
All to often people who carry firearms are being persecuted in this country. As far as I see it...he willing told the police he had a loaded gun, and gave a great reason for it being in his car.

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Mike Kelly
7 years ago
It's really a shame that this man's life is ruined because he did something that would be perfectly legal in a neighboring state.
When are you going to give up these oppressive laws that were racist in origin and let your people live free?
Pardon this young man and let him get on with his life.
Men like him are not the ones you need to fear.

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Eston Poorbaugh
7 years ago
Steffon Josey-Davis is the polar opposite of criminal.