Mississippi's attorney general Jim Hood said Thursday that the state may have to issue a nationwide manhunt after four pardoned murderers left jail and "hit the road running." The four were among nearly 200 convicted criminals granted clemency by Governor Barbour before he left office earlier this week. Why Barbour did this, and the legality of his selections, has been hotly debated by both members of the public and by victims' families.
Tiffany Brewer is the sister of one of the murder victims. P.S. Ruckman, a professor of political science at Rock Valley College who is an expert on gubernatorial pardons, also joins the program.