Eric

Pardon Eric
Marine veteran Eric Pizer has fully paid his debt to society. In addition, he has served our country with great honor. He is a perfect example of why Wisconsin’s Constitution explicitly invests in the Governor the duty to carry out a pardoning process. Governor Walker should appoint a non-partisan Pardon Board and consider its recommendations of who should be worthy of a pardon.

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"Begging his Pardon: Scott Walker gets earful on Eric Pizer case"
Bill Lueders
Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism 1/17/14
"Walker's No-Pardon Stance Risky"
By Bill Lueders, Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism
WisconsinWatch.org 1/7/2014
"Walker fails with decision to bypass pardons"
Anthony Cotton for the Wisconsin Law Journal 12/30/13
"Governor Walker makes comments about Pardons."
WKOW video12/26/2013
"Dee J Hall: Combat veteran seeks relief from felony conviction; Scott Walker is not issuing pardons"
Wisconsin State Journal, December 22, 2014
"Pardon Me", Video Interview of Eric Pizer
WKOW- Channel 27, November 11, 2013
"Marine Corps Veteran's Bid for Pardon"
WKOW News Story by Tony Galli, posted November 8, 2013
"Todd Richmond: Wisconsin's Scott Walker has yet to act on 1,400 pardon applications."
Journal Sentinal, March 24, 2013
"Jack Craver: Should Wisconsin have a Pardons Board?"
Capital Times, February 23, 2013
 
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