This could be a problem. One of the four convicted murderers pardoned by Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour before he left office has gone missing. Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood has offered a reward—though he hasn't specified the amount. "I think he's a danger to the community out there," said Hood. Hood says state prosecutors will argue that the pardons are invalid, but until they do so the murderers can remain free. They are, however, required to check in with authorities daily.