Thursday, January 8, 2009

Michigan: Commutation of Sentence

FOX News reports 71 year old Dante Ferazza, who was convicted of murder in 1967, has been granted a commutation of sentence by Governor Granholm "following a lengthy review." The victim's brother, however, is not at all pleased because - in his opinion - Ferazza has "a criminal mind." Ferazza responds, "I haven't forgiven myself for what I did. So, I don't expect the family to forgive me." See story here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How Lovely, commutate a murderer but don't commutate someone in jail for lobster tails.

Dianne Blandford

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