‘2022 on pace to be even deadlier year in Philadelphia than record setting 2021’ Sets Record For Car Jackings Meanwhile in Harrisburg Wolf And Fetterman Prioritize Their ‘criminal justice reform’… Freeing Convicts

Report: Nearly 8 People Shot Every Day in Democrat-Run Philadelphia

Sep 19, 2022 – The Inquirer notes, “Last year, more than 560 people were killed in homicides — the overwhelming majority by guns — and another 1,800 were wounded by bullets. It was the city’s most violent year ever. This year’s pace has been worse.” On January 2, 2022, Breitbart News noted that Democrat-run Philadelphia set an annual homicide record with 562 homicides in 2021.

Philadelphia reaches 1,000 carjackings for first time ever

Victim’s Family Criticizes Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf for Death Penalty Reprieve

June 5, 2015 – The family of a 16-year-old Pennsylvania girl who was kidnapped, raped and murdered in 1993 is criticizing Gov. Tom Wolf for delaying Friday’s execution of the man who confessed to the crimes.

Gov. Tom Wolf releases 8 lifers, more than any other Pa. governor in decades

2021: John Fetterman: My Top Priority is Ending Life Without Parole for Convicts

Gov. Wolf, Lt. Gov. Fetterman Announce Effort to Quickly Pardon Thousands of Pennsylvanians…

Sep 1, 2022 – Gov. Wolf has prioritized criminal justice reform throughout his administration…

February 14, 2021 on the recommendation of Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (shirtsleeve, tieless), Pennsylvania Gov. Tom ‘Wolf proudly announced he commuted 13 life sentences for convicted murderers’ and (R) ‘PA Gov. Tom Wolf Marched with Protesters After Slamming Business Owners as Cowardly, Selfish for Reopening’

Gov. Tom Wolf’s death penalty moratorium not sitting well with crime victims… – pennlive

Mar, 2015 – Opponents of Gov. Tom Wolf’s moratorium on the death penalty gathered at the state Capitol on Wednesday to criticize that decision that they say was reached without input from crime victims or law

Wolf Commutes Sentence for 13 Murderers Serving Life Sentences

February 14, 2021. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf proudly announced he commuted 13 life sentences for convicted murderers last week. The Governor’s Office says the 13 commutations were recommended by the Pennsylvania Board of Pardons, headed by Lt. Gov. John Fetterman. Per the process, the Board of Pardons’ recommendations are sent to Wolf, who …

2022 on pace to be even deadlier year in Philadelphia than record setting 2021

“Police shred [BLM activist and] PA Democrat governor after he repeats myth of systemic racism by cops”

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