Guess what we found?
Yet another pardon case tied to John Fetterman.
This one, however, is a first-degree murderer that he did manage to get freed.
No Crime Too Bad
Edward Silvis, who is now 82, was sentenced to life for killing 87-year-old Alice Siggins in 1969.
Siggins was a retired teacher... Silvis is a murderer.
Yet it was Silvis that Fetterman was more concerned about.
He had been in jail for 52 years when Fetterman let him out.
Once the report surfaced and Fetterman started taking fire, his campaign responded, "This individual did not have a single misconduct case in his entire 52 years in prison.
"The application was supported by the Department of Corrections, and the Board of Pardons vote to recommend clemency in this case was unanimous, with Attorney General Shapiro and corrections expert Harris Gubernick voting yes and Governor Wolf signing the commutation."
The man took someone's life.
The last 52 years do not matter because he was supposed to die in prison.
That was the justice the family of Ms. Silvis was promised, and now that promise has been broken.
You can read the full report on Fox News.