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    Matt Mowers, the Republican candidate for New Hampshire’s First Congressional District, called on Rep. Chris Pappas (D-NH) to denounce Democrat calls to commute the sentence of convicted “cop killer” Michael Addison during an interview Tuesday with Breitbart News Tonight host Matthew Boyle. Mowers spoke to Breitbart News Tonight as the New Hampshire Democrat gubernatorial candidates, Dan Feltes and Andru Volinsky, said they would commute Addison’s sentence. Addison killed Manchester, New Hampshire, police officer Michael Briggs in 2006. Then-New Hampshire Attorney General Kelly Ayotte and the Department of Justice (DOJ) sought the death penalty for Addison’s killing of Briggs; however, the case is still tied up in court to this day. Feltes later clarified that he does not “support the commutation right now.”...
    Matt Mowers, a former Donald Trump State Department staffer, chastised Rep. Chris Pappas (D-NH) on Monday after Pappas voted to remove police officers’ legal immunity, which Sens. Maggie Hassan (D-NH) and Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) thought was too radical. Mowers, a conservative seeking to oust Pappas in New Hampshire’s First Congressional District, released a statement after Pappas voted in favor of the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act in June. The legislation, which passed through the House, would eliminate law enforcement’s legal protection, which is otherwise known as qualified immunity. Mowers said that this policy is considered too radical even for Hassan and Shaheen. Mowers said: I didn’t think it was humanly possible, but Chris Pappas has managed to do it: support...
    New Hampshire first congressional district Republican candidate Matt Mowers slammed Rep. Chris Pappas (D-NH) on Tuesday after the New Hampshire Democrat called to eliminate police departments’ qualified immunity protection. Freshman swing district Democrat Pappas told a local New Hampshire television network he would support Democrat measures to remove police officers’ qualified immunity standard, which protects police departments from frivolous civil suits so they can focus on keeping communities safe. The television anchor asked, “Do you think that police officers should retain their qualified immunity?” Pappas admitted that he would support eliminating qualified immunity, saying, “I think that we do need to see increased accountability and the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act would get rid of qualified immunity, which is...