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Baltimore council's pardon bid protested


April 02, 2001
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Baltimore council's pardon bid protested

Peter Hermann
March 29, 2001 Thursday Arundel Edition
Copyright 2001 The Baltimore Sun Company All Rights Reserved
The Baltimore Sun
March 29, 2001 Thursday Arundel Edition

(BALTIMORE) -- A City Council resolution urging Gov. Parris N. Glendening to pardon a man convicted of killing a police officer is sparking complaints from the police union, whose president wants lawmakers to publicly apologize.

"I demand that the City Council take immediate action to rescind this resolution in order to avoid exposing the wounds of our Fallen Heroes," wrote Officer Gary McLhinney, the union president, in a letter to the bill's sponsor, Councilman Norman A. Handy Sr.

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