TRENTON, NJ – Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman will hold a press conference on Monday to announce a lawsuit against Gov. Chris Christie by the family of Christian Phillip Nolan Rodgers, who was allegedly murdered in April by a man who was on the the streets because of Gov. Christie’s “Bail Reform” initiative. The lawsuit was filed in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey alleging wrongful death, and that Governor Chris Christie violated Mr. Rodgers Constitutional rights, and the rights of all African Americans in the state.
Dog the Bounty Hunter said, “I wanted to help support the Rodgers family and to send a message to Gov. Chris Christie that law enforcement professionals like myself from across the country think he should be ashamed of himself for ignoring our advice and passing the dangerous, fake reform that I believe led to the tragic murder of Christian Rodgers. Christie should be ashamed of himself. The Governor needs to know that the eyes of every American who loves their family and wants to preserve law and order are on him right now.