Trump tweeted about Hillary Clinton and ‘sailors pictures on submarine’ — here’s what he’s articulate about


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  • President Donald Trump again criticized Hillary Clinton
    and her top help over their doing of classified
    information.
  • The boss also seemed to plead a 2016 case of a
    US soldier jailed for photographing personal areas on a
    nuclear-powered attack submarine.
  • Conservative commentators have held up the two
    situations as an instance of resourceful treatment, but it’s far
    from transparent the two cases are comparable.

President Donald Trump early on Tuesday launched another
handbill against his competition in the 2016 election, tweeting
about Hillary Clinton and her top aide, Huma Abedin, over their
doing of personal information.

“Crooked Hillary Clinton’s top aid, Huma Abedin, has been accused
of except simple confidence protocols,” Trump tweeted. “She put
Classified Passwords into the hands of unfamiliar agents. Remember
sailors pictures on submarine? Jail! Deep State Justice Dept must
finally act? Also on Comey others.”

Trump anxiety to “sailors pictures on submarine” is many likely
about the case of Kristian Saucier, who was a machinist’s mate
aboard the Los Angeles-class nuclear attack submarine USS
Alexandria from Sep 2007 to Mar 2012.

In Jul 2015, Saucier was charged with holding photos of
personal spaces, instruments, and apparatus inside the USS
Alexandria on at slightest 3 occasions in 2009.

Court papers also pronounced Saucier
attempted to destroy his laptop, camera, and camera memory card
after he was interviewed by the FBI and the Naval Criminal
Investigative Service in Jul 2012.


Huma Abedin Hillary Clinton
Huma
Abedin with Hillary Clinton after the Democratic presidential
discuss in Des Moines, Iowa, on Nov 14,
2015.

REUTERS/Jim
Young


The review began in Mar 2012, when Saucier’s cellphone,
with pictures of the submarine still on it, was found at a
waste-transfer hire in Connecticut.

Saucier pleaded guilty to one count of unapproved possession
and influence of inhabitant invulnerability information in May 2016. Three
months later, he was condemned to a year in
jail, 3 years of supervised release, 6 months of home
confinement, and 100 hours of village service. He was also
given an “other than honorable”
liberate from the Navy.

Saucier becomes a regressive articulate point

Tuesday’s twitter is not the first time Trump or his surrogates
have invoked Saucier’s case to prominence the notice that
Clinton perceived special treatment.

Vice President Mike Pence argued during an Oct 2016 debate
with Tim Kaine, Clinton’s using mate, that a service member who
rubbed personal information the way Clinton did would
“absolutely” face court-martial, though
The Washington Post found it was distant from transparent that would
happen.


Tim Kaine Mike Pence
Tim
Kaine and Mike Pence, the 2016 clamp presidential nominees, debate
at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia, on Oct 4,
2016.

REUTERS/Rick
Wilking


In a campaign speech, Trump referred to Saucier — a 22-year-old
soldier at the time the photos were taken — as “the child who wanted
some pictures of the submarine.”

“That’s an old submarine,”
Trump added. “They’ve got copiousness of pictures, if the enemy
wants them, they’ve got copiousness of them. He wanted to take a
couple of pictures. They put him in jail for a year.”

Saucier’s counsel also compared the 6 photos his client took of
the sub’s personal thrust complement to the 110 classified
emails the FBI dynamic were on the private email server that
Clinton used while she was secretary of state.

“It will be astray and astray for Mr. Saucier to accept any
judgment other than trial for a crime those some-more powerful
than him will likely avoid,” the counsel wrote in an Aug 2016 sentencing
memorandum.

But the judge in the case seemed to boot the comparison, as
good as the justification that Saucier was being treated differently.

“Selective coercion is really not a good argument,” US
District Judge Stefan Underhill pronounced during Saucier’s
sentencing, adding, “Those arguments don’t really lift much
water.”

Saucier was not court-martialed, and the FBI did not present
justification that he attempted to disseminate the photos he took.
Espionage was not mentioned as partial of his
defence agreement.

Even Saucier’s lawyers concurred that his actions were
graphic from Clinton’s email usage. Clinton pronounced she did not
intentionally send or accept personal emails. Saucier, however,
certified he knew that holding the photos was illegal — his lawyers pronounced he did it
“out of the misled desire” to show his family what he did
while he was in the Navy.


Los Angelese-class attack submarine Tucson US Navy
The
Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Tucson prepares to moor at
Fleet Activities Yokosuka on Dec 1.

US Navy/Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Brian G.
Reynolds


Intelligence agencies have pronounced Clinton’s account
contained 65 messages with information deliberate “secret” and 22
personal as “top secret.” Some messages contained information under an
even some-more limiting “special entrance program” designation.
(Clinton doubtful those designations, observant they were the result
of overclassification.)

The photos Saucier took were designated “confidential,” the
lowest tier of classification, yet prosecutors argued that he “methodically documented” the sub’s
thrust system.

Trump’s election brought wish to Saucier’s
family that the new boss would atonement the sailor, but
the administration denied a atonement ask in
June.

Saucier was expelled from jail and placed under residence detain at
the finish of the summer. During
an coming on Fox Business Network in late September,
Saucier pronounced he suspicion “punishment isn’t doled out evenly” and
hoped Trump would “make right by it.”

“I served my debt to society,” he said. “I did my year, and
that’s because we waited to pronounce out about it.”

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