Guy Creates Fake Letter Of Pardon From Governor, Errors Galore

If you're going to get your record expunged, here's NOT how to go about it.

49 year old James Justice II forged the West Virginia governor's signature on a fake letter, saying that he was being pardoned of all probation and felonies.

If that wasn't bad enough, wait till you see the letter. The letter is riddled with spelling and grammatical errors, it's missing verbs, the phone number is handwritten, and worst of all: the state is misspelled, as is Governor.

Justice II is being charged with forgery of public record and forgery of official seals. More HERE.

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