Mississippi’s attorney general said Thursday that the state may have to issue a nationwide manhunt after four pardoned murderers left jail and “hit the road running.”
“We’ll catch ’em. It’s just a matter of time,” Attorney General Jim Hood told CNN.
The four were among nearly 200 convicted criminals to whom Gov. Haley Barbour granted clemency or a pardon in a final act before leaving office this week.
The governor’s actions have set off a legal firestorm in Mississippi.
Mississippi's attorney general said Thursday that the state may have to issue a nationwide manhunt…
by Bob Arganbright / Jan 12, 2012