GOV. CHRISTIE COMMUTES SENTENCE OF MARINE FACING MANDATORY 3-YEAR TERM FOR GUN CHARGE

GOV. CHRISTIE COMMUTES SENTENCE OF MARINE FACING MANDATORY 3-YEAR TERM FOR GUN CHARGEabc7ny.com ^ | April 14, 2017 | Jim Hoffer Posted on 4/15/2017, 5:54:12 PM by PROCONNEW YORK (WABC) — A decorated Marine veteran facing a mandatory three years behind bars on a gun charge will not be going to prison, after New Jersey Governor Chris Christie stepped in and commuted his sentence Friday.Marine Sergeant Hisashi Pompey’s conviction stands, but the penalty is gone. Additionally, a full pardon remains under review.”Oh my God, oh my God, oh my God, this isn’t April Fools, right?” he said, when we told him the good news. “I don’t know how to react. I’m grateful, grateful.”As we told you exclusively earlier this week, Pompey was fighting for his freedom after his arrest. Now, he won’t have to serve a single day in prison.(Excerpt) Read more at abc7ny.com …

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