U.S. Navy Sailor Pardoned By Trump To Sue Obama and Comey

If you’ve been following along recently, Donald Trump has been freeing American prisoners abroad for zero money, and he’s also been pardoning domestic prisoners both past and present in America, which brings us today’s latest news of his pardon of U.S. Navy Sailor, Kristian Saucier, who was put in federal prison for taking souvenir photos aboard a nuclear submarine under Barack Obama’s presidency.

Kristian Saucier spent one year in federal prison after he photographed the inside of the nuclear submarine where he worked, as a souvenir. He was pardoned and freed by Donald Trump earlier this year, but has since struggled to find work as a result, taking the job of a garbage man in order to feed his family.

Saucier is now preparing to sue the Justice Department, former president Barack Obama, and former FBI Director James Comey, for unequal legal treatment that he received and cited their failure to prosecute Hillary Clinton for storing classified files on her private email server.

Kristian Saucier’s lawyer stated, “There’s a two-tier justice system and we want it to be corrected.”

The former U.S. Navy seaman plans to sue Barack Obama and James Comey for selectively prosecuting him, landing him in prison for a year and longer if it wasn’t for president Donald Trump’s presidential pardon. Saucier’s lawyer, Ronald Daigle, has named the Justice Department as a defendant.

Saucier expressed his gratitude towards President Donald Trump after he was pardoned in early March, 2018. Credit: FOX

Ronald Daigle told Fox News on Monday, that former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, got a “free pass” by avoiding prosecution for mishandling classified information on her infamous private email server.

Kristian Saucier believes that James Comey and Barack Obama should be held responsible for treating him unequally. “They interpreted the law in my case to say it was criminal,” he told Fox, “but they didn’t prosecute Hillary Clinton. Hillary is still walking free.”

“Two guys on my ship did the same thing and weren’t treated as criminals. We want them to correct the wrong.”

Lawyer Ronald Daigle told Fox News that the legal strategy draws attention to “the differences in the way Hillary Clinton was prosecuted and how my client was prosecuted.”

In 2016, Kristian Saucier admitted to have taken photos inside the USS Alexandria, which had been docked in Connecticut seven years earlier, revealing that he wanted to show his family where he worked, but now acknowledges that he was wrong to take the photos.

Federal prosecutors had convinced him to plead guilty, otherwise threatened to paint him as a resentful serviceman who risked the national security of the United States of America, then destroyed a camera and computer to hide the evidence.

However, Saucier believes that his imprisonment was politically motivated, to make it appear that Obama’s Justice Department was tough on the kinds of crimes that it was sweeping under the rug in the wake of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal. Saucier said on Monday, “They used me as an example because of Hillary Clinton” and stated that the only work he could find afterwards was being a garbage man.

Will Obama throw Comey under the bus on this one? Credit: The Federalist

Donald Trump used Kristian Saucier’s case as an example during his campaign trail, in order to point out the hypocrisy in the handling of the Clinton private email fiasco.

Trump said during the 2016 election, “They took the kid who wanted some pictures of the submarine. That’s an old submarine! They’ve got plenty of pictures, if the enemy wants them, they’ve got plenty of them.”

“He wanted to take a couple of pictures. They put him in jail for a year. We’ve never been in a situation like this. And then she’s allowed to run for president!”

Kristian Saucier from Arlington, Virginia, was 22-years old when he took the photos, stating that he wanted to show his family where he worked, and he never shared the photos with any unauthorised recipients.

Meanwhile, James Comey said that they had wrapped up the investigation probe into Hillary Clinton’s private email server, and determined that it would be improper to prosecute her.

There we have it! Sure-fire cabal hypocrisy at its finest, for all to see, which is one of the many reasons why Donald Trump fired James Comey as FBI Director.

Before he was fired, after the ruling of Comey on Clinton, Republicans spoke against this double standard, and Comey later told Congress days before the election that a new cache of emails was found on the laptop of disgraced pedophile, Anthony Weiner, who is married to Huma Abedin (Hillary Clinton’s top advisor), thus sparking a necessity to reboot investigations into the emails.

As we all know now, inside Anthony Weiner’s laptop they found a treasure trove of damning evidence, some of it nearly unspeakable, and much of the contents never fully disclosed to the media. The contents of the laptop have now gone into evidence and has been seen by the investigating authorities.

Hillary Clinton got away from the law many times, but will she for much longer? Credit: ABC News

Hillary Clinton deleted some 33,000 emails, which were unrecoverable, but some of the emails were recovered on Anthony Weiner’s laptop, who was investigated and arrested for sexting a 15-year old girl, and is now serving time in prison.

James Comey testified in a Senate hearing last year, which potentially opened the floodgates for the information to be gathered, saying, “her emails were being forwarded to Anthony Weiner, including classified information, by her assistant Huma Abedin.”

This proves that Huma Abedin and Hillary Clinton thought that those emails would be safe on Anthony Weiner’s laptop, as a backup, after deleting thousands of the emails, which really came back to bite them in the behind later on. The contents of Wiener’s laptop have been damning for all those involved, and has uncovered some very serious crimes that are now currently being reviewed.

So, let’s hope that the hypocrisy of Obama, Comey and Clinton will finally be realised, and that Kristian Saucier can finally get his life back, if his previous conviction is overturned from his current criminal record.


Story by The Narrator

Featured Photo Credit: Washington Times

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