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U.S. Representatives Call For Review Of Commuted Sentences

(Washington, D.C.) -- Oregon's Republican Congressional representatives are urging Governor Tina Kotek to immediately review all the criminal sentences commuted by her predecessor, Governor Kate Brown. Representatives Lori Chavez-DeRemer and Cliff Bentz made the plea in a letter, after investigators linked the suspicious deaths of four Oregon women to one person of interest. Detectives say 38-year-old career criminal Jesse Calhoun was among about a thousand prison inmates released early after being granted conditional clemencies. Chavez-DeRemer and Bentz claim Brown did so without any other public input or feedback. They're calling for what they call a clear, transparent clemency process with public input.

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