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buy 1 mg Finpecia The FBI may have given Hillary Clinton a pass, but many of us not on the US government’s payroll know justice was not served the Democrats’ nominee for president. It is indisputable what media and defense attorneys are calling ‘The … Continue reading
Commentary by Kay B. Day Military justice can be a strange process. I know because I’ve covered several trials involving what I believed to be wrongful prosecutions. Now charges are being filed by the government against another soldier who deserves … Continue reading
Filed by Kay B. Day No mother has advocated more for a son than Anna Lorance. Anna has done what most of us would do if we knew our child had not been treated justly by a government entity. That … Continue reading
Former 1LT Clint Lorance (US Army) has been denied clemency from Brig. Gen. Richard D. Clarke, commander of the 82nd Airborne Division at Ft. Bragg. Lorance was convicted of murder and other lesser charges after he approved engagement with individuals … Continue reading
Pt. 14 in a series on the court martial of 1LT Clint Lorance Former US Army 1LT Clint Lorance awaits word on his request for clemency after he was convicted of murder for giving his men permission to fire on … Continue reading
Pt. 8 in a series As Veterans Day approaches, former 1LT Clint Lorance who served his country to the best of his ability waits for justice denied him. Lorance is serving a lengthy sentence, confined at Ft. Leavenworth. Among the … Continue reading
Pt. 1 US war policy has changed drastically since the last war our country won definitively. As a result of the global anti-war movement and domestic politics, more restrictions are placed on our troops than at any time in our … Continue reading