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Iraq War Veteran Hoping for Governor's Pardon
Tuesday, December 24th, 2013 -- 7:15 am
Posted by Riley Hebert-News Director

-An Iraq War combat veteran is hoping for a pardon from Gov. Scott Walker so he can become a police officer.

But Walker is refusing to budge from his practice of not issuing any pardons.

Eric Pizer, of Madison, is optimistic to be granted a pardon one day despite Walker's refusal to budge.
The five governors prior to Walker issued more than 800 pardons combined. Walker's spokesman Tom Evenson says the governor's position on not granting pardons hasn't changed.

Pizer served two years' probation for felony substantial battery after punching a man outside a bar in 2004. That record has prevented Pizer, who spent four years in the Marines, from getting work as a law enforcement officer.

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