Outgoing Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour, at one time considered a potential Republican presidential candidate, is under fire for pardoning four convicted killers in the waning days of his tenure. The convicts all worked for Barbour at the Governor's Mansion in Jackson. Called "trusties," they work in the kitchen, wash cars and serve guests. The pardons have outraged victims' relatives and Democratic lawmakers are calling for an end to the custom of governors' issuing such end-of-tenure pardons.