Saucier and the U.S.S Alexandria

Looks like the decision not to charge Clinton in her email scandal has already caused defense attorneys to copy her tactic. This is evidenced by a case in which a Navy Sailor did the same crime as Clinton, albeit on a lesser extent.

The case is that Petty Officer First Class Kristian Saucier is supposed to be sentenced on a single felony charge for keeping national defense information without permission. Really? You know you’re not supposed to do that. Except he went ahead and did it anyways.

U.S.S Alexandria
Saucier Was A Sailor Stationed On This Submarine

In 2009 he was working on the U.S.S Alexandria when he decided to take six pictures of the submarines propulsion system. What was interesting to note is that Saucier knew that this stuff was highly classified.

The defense and prosecutors are in agreement that normally this case would call for a prison sentence of over five years, but the defense is citing the treatment of Clinton in a filing that was sent last week. I can already sense trouble from this.

“Democratic Presidential Candidate and former Secretary of State Hilary [sic] Clinton…has come under scrutiny for engaging in acts similar to Mr. Saucier.” Well obviously. She only put the safety of the entire United States of America at stake. I mean do you think that isn’t a cause to be scrutinized?

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The Defense Attorney For Saucier Is Citing The Clinton Case For His Client To Get A Lighter Sentence

Well the defense attorney was trying to use that case as leverage for his client. He stated the difference in the amount of classified information that the two people had.

“In our case, Mr. Saucier possessed six (6) photographs classified as ‘confidential/restricted,’ far less than Clinton’s 110 emails. It will be unjust and unfair for Mr. Saucier to receive any sentence other than probation for a crime those more powerful than him will likely avoid.” His defense attorney is trying to get the sentence reduced to just probation.

It seems interesting that taking information that was deemed classified would only result in probation instead of jail time. That just opens up the doors for other people to commit these types of crimes. Can you imagine what they might do with it? Our enemies could get classified information. There goes the public safety.

I don’t care what the difference in the number was. Both of these individuals were found to be doing something illegal. Unfortunately Clinton got off, but Saucier shouldn’t. Remember the saying, “If you can’t do the time, then don’t do the crime?” Sorry but Saucier did the crime, so he should do the time.

Death of Lady Justice
This Is Further Proof That Lady Justice Is Dead.

Except the problem is that both Saucier AND Clinton were found to be doing something illegal. It doesn’t matter the quantity. Guess what, he still did it.

But now because of the precedent set by Clinton’s case, defense attorneys are going to be using this to try and get reduced sentences. So because of the refusal to admit that she was wrong, more people who do this are going to try to reference her case as to why they shouldn’t be charged.

Guess what folks, that shouldn’t happen. You still committed a crime. You should still be charged with a sentence that fits what the crime is. In this particular case it should be anywhere from 63 to 78 months. People need to know that if you are going to try to take classified information without permission, then you are going to pay the price for it. End of discussion.

There are some differences in the cases. Saucier admitted that he “knew from his training and his specialized work upon the submarine” that the photos did indeed contain classified information. This was part of a plea bargain, but he still admitted that he did it.

Kristian Saucier
The Recommended Prison Time is 63-78 Months. That Is Between A Little Over Five Years to Six and a Half Years

In Clinton’s case, she said that she didn’t know any information on the server was classified. Really? You have been in politics for how many years and you don’t know if a server contains classified information? I’m not the only one in disbelief. FBI Director James Comey also said that anyone in Clinton’s shoes “should have known that an unclassified system was no place” for certain subjects to be discussed.

What is similar about these cases however is that both of these individuals tried to get rid of the evidence. Saucier admitted that after law officials talked him to, he destroyed a laptop, camera, and memory card. Clinton also deleted thousands of emails from her system in 2014.

Well despite the differences in the cases, both of these people still did something illegal. The fact that Clinton got off without anything is going to change the law system before we know it. Think about it. Saucier is already trying to use her case as a reason why he shouldn’t get jail time.

Her Case Is Already Affecting Other Criminal Cases

If people really wanted to make a statement on this, then they would still give Saucier the recommended jail time. He doesn’t deserve probation. He does deserve jail though. Plus it would send a message to the citizens of the United States that people who commit these types of crimes are going to be penalized.

Want to penalize Clinton? Well then go out and vote for Donald Trump in November. That would make the ultimate penalty for someone like her. She gets away with doing all these questionable activities and doesn’t even win the Presidency? That sounds like sweet justice to me. Just think about it, she gets away with everything so far and doesn’t even get the big prize at the end? You couldn’t write it any better.

Want Clinton To Get Justice? Don’t Let Her Win The Election

So do your part and please share this article for two reasons. The first reason is that people are already trying to use Clinton’s case as a defense for them. The second reason is to get people to vote in November and give Clinton her own form of justice.