No Pardon, Just early release

Image source: postwortyThe New Hampshire Executive Council voted to cut the sentence of Ward Bird short, but did not go so far as to issue a pardon.  Bird spent 77 days in jail for criminal threatening–for waving or brandishing a handgun at a trespasser on his property back in 2006.

Ward will retain the felony conviction according to WMUR which means Bird will no longer be able to own a gun.

As far as we know the trespasser who was frightened off his property can own all the guns she likes.

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