Saturday, January 28, 2017

Will This U.S. Sailor Be President Trump's First Pardon?

Daily Mail: Trump may PARDON sailor jailed in 'very unfair' case for photographing nuclear sub's classified areas – after his leniency plea cited Hillary Clinton's non-prosecution

* U.S. Navy sailor Kristian Saucier was sentenced to a year in prison in August
* He admitted to taking six photos of classified areas in a nuclear submarine despite knowing it wasn't allowed
* His lawyers argued that his crime was no worse than Hillary Clinton's use of an unsecured homebrew email server to store classified information
* President Donald Trump said in an interview broadcast Thursday night that he might pardon him

A former sailor sentenced to one year in jail for mishandling classified information is pleading to President Donald Trump to pardon him for his crime – and Trump is listening.

Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity asked the president about 'the power of the pardon,' and mentioned the case of Kristian Saucier of

Arlington, Vermont. Saucier was jailed in August for taking six photos of classified areas inside a nuclear attack submarine.
'Would that be something early on, you would consider?' Hannity asked.

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Previous Post: U.S. Navy Sailor Pleads Guilty For Mishandling Classified Information That Will Put Him In Jail. Comparisons To Hillary Clinton Are Being Made (May 27, 2017)
Previous Post: U.S. Sailor Took 6 Photos In A Classified Area Of A Nuclear Sub And Is Sentenced To One Year In Jail (August 22, 2017)

WNU Editor: If Chelsea Manning can have her sentence commuted .... U.S. Navy sailor Kristian Saucier should be pardoned and/or at least have his sentence commuted.

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