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  1. #1
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    Default Today in the mail, I received a Pardon from Governor Wolf.

    Itís been three years since I first found out I was prohibited. I had to have the strangest case ever, concerning guns. Personally, I want to thank Governor Wolf, for signing my Pardon, Lt Governor Mike Stack, for his kind and understanding temperament, Atty General, Josh Shapiro who actually smiled at the strange circumstance I got myself into, and the other members of the Pa Pardon Board, who I just canít remember their names. It took 32 years for my arrest to catch up to me, all the while I bought and owned guns, and had a LTCF from Montgomery County. I am forever grateful, and will never make a mistake like that again in my life. My new home in South Carolina is almost complete, and I just may take up the gentleman sport of quail hunting in the south.
    I couldnít be more grateful for a second chance. Everyone at the state Pardon board was extremely nice, polite, and helpful. I couldnít ask for more. Thanks to some of the guys on here who I went back and forth with about my issue. Too long to repeat again, but Iím glad I went through the process.
    I was totally honest with them in my hearing. I said my crime never did stop me from doing anything in life. I never looked for a job, I was an employer, never an employee. I owned guns, all bought legally, until I found out I was forbidden, 32 years later. What an experience. Iím glad itís over, and Iím grateful actually I found out. I prefer to be on the right side of the law, not trying to argue it after itís too late. Thanks,

  2. #2
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    Default Re: Today in the mail, I received a Pardon from Governor Wolf.

    Congratulations! Let's hope your newfound Freedom extends for many years.
    There is no greater sorrow than to recall in misery the time when we were happy - Dante.

  3. #3
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    Doylestown, Pennsylvania
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    Default Re: Today in the mail, I received a Pardon from Governor Wolf.

    Congratulations on your new status. Remember to pay your good fortune forward.

  4. #4
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    Default Re: Today in the mail, I received a Pardon from Governor Wolf.

    It was signed by Mike Stack? Must have been sitting on desks for a while...

    Marley Fetterman is the Lt. Gov. now.


    Anyways, congrats! Must be the biggest relief.
    Psalms 73:26

  5. #5
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    Default Re: Today in the mail, I received a Pardon from Governor Wolf.

    That must feel great, congratulations.
    Sorry but I'm all out of pity right now, please try later.

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    Default Re: Today in the mail, I received a Pardon from Governor Wolf.

    Congratulations!
    Life has a melody.

  7. #7
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    Default Re: Today in the mail, I received a Pardon from Governor Wolf.

    Quote Originally Posted by alpacaheat View Post
    It was signed by Mike Stack? Must have been sitting on desks for a while...

    Marley Fetterman is the Lt. Gov. now.


    Anyways, congrats! Must be the biggest relief.
    No, my hearing was back in December when he was still Lt Governor. It took 6 months from that time, which now........seems fast. The man has a lot of personality and humor, Iím surprised he lost re-election, but what do I know? Politics isnít really my thing. First time I ever sat in front of a body like that, and I gotta say, they were a very compassionate group of people. Some people had multiple offenses, that were deliberate acts against people, and they listened to everyone with the utmost respect. I left there humbled.........believe me.

  8. #8
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    Default Re: Today in the mail, I received a Pardon from Governor Wolf.

    Congratulations.
    Sticks and stones will break my bones but hollow points expand on impact.

  9. #9
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    Harleysville, Pennsylvania
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    Default Re: Today in the mail, I received a Pardon from Governor Wolf.

    Congratulations and enjoy. Good luck to you.

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