EMERGENCY Call to Governor to Rescind Mask Mandate


UPDATE: In Custody!

Peter Manfredonia is suspected of murdering two people on May 22, 2020 in Willington, Connecticut.  NBC News reported he was last seen on May 27th in a Sheetz in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.

WDVM reported at 6:28 p.m. this evening that Manfredonia may have taken an Uber to Hagerstown, Maryland.

This man, thanks to unconstitutional mask mandates, will be able to hide in the state of Maryland behind a mask.

We are supposed to be leery of people wearing masks, this is an example of why.

Marylanders should be calling on Governor Larry Hogan to IMMEDIATELY rescind the mask mandate.  Lives of innocent Marylander’s are in real jeopardy.

Manfredonia very likely could have chosen Maryland because of the mandates to wear masks.  He is free to go anywhere in the state without suspicion because his identity can be hidden without question.

Manfredonia is a white male, 240 lbs, standing 6’6”.  He is considered armed and dangerous.  If he’s wearing a mask, he’s going to be hard to identify facially.

Marylander’s lives are in jeopardy.  Call the Governor’s office now and demand he rescind the mask mandate!  410-974-3901 – 1-800-811-8336

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