New Jersey's 1st Legislative District

Senator Michael Testa

Senator Michael Testa

Testa: Governor’s Pandemic Prisoner Release to Blame for Double Murder

Please Share:

Bookmark and Share

Freed Early in November, Felon Faces Charges in Birthday Party Killings

A convicted criminal released early from prison during the pandemic has been charged with killing two people at a birthday party, and Senator Michael Testa said Governor Murphy’s bears the blame for his irresponsible COVID strategy.

Senator Michael Testa said Governor Murphy’s irresponsible COVID strategy bears the blame for the release of a convicted criminal charged with killing two people at a birthday party. (Flickr)

“The Governor has blood on his hands again,” said Testa (R-1). “Murphy’s handling of the COVID era has been an unmitigated sham. We warned the administration last year that releasing massive amounts of prisoners during a global pandemic would endanger the safety of New Jersey residents. Sadly, this tragic killing proves our point.

“The killer should have remained locked up where he couldn’t hurt anybody, but Murphy chose to open up the cells and let criminals go free,” continued Testa. “It was a recipe for disaster, and everybody knew it except the Governor and his team.”

Similar Posts on SenateNJ.com

Leave a Comment:

Comment Rules: Please remain civil, stay on topic, and refrain from using foul or abusive language. Posts that violate those rules may be hidden or deleted, and repeated violators may be blocked. To prevent spam, comments with links are automatically filtered.


NJ COVID-19 Information HUB

District 1 Guide

Michael Testa

Michael's Bio & Public Service

Constituent Services

Michael Can Help You!

Contact Michael

Michael Wants to Hear from You!

District 1

About the Legislative District

Email Updates

Sign Up for Michael's Newsletter

Facebook

Follow Michael's Page

Internships

Students - Get Involved

Legislative Activity

Committees, Bills & Votes

Twitter

Tweet @senatortesta

Michael's Recent Posts

- Proudly Serving Parts of Atlantic, Cape May, and Cumberland Counties -