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Fake pardon letter’s grammatical errors get prisoner caught


A West Virginia man hoping to have his criminal record expunged just had an additional charge added to it.

According to WSAZ, James Justice II tried to impersonate the state’s governor, Jim Justice, and sent in a letter clearing him of all probation and felonies.

The letter was sent to a Putnam County Probation office in February.

It had two fake West Virginia seals on it, and the errors didn’t end there.

It was also filled with spelling and grammatical mistakes.

After confirming with Governor Justice that he did not intend to pardon a man with a similar name, an arrest warrant was issued.

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