Clint Lorance served as a First Lieutenant in the US Army in Afghanistan when he was selected for the dangerous job of Platoon leader in June, 2012. The following month, Clint ordered HIs men to defend themselves against three Taliban soldiers speeding towards them on motorcyles. Rather than receiving a commendation, he was unjustly found guilty on two counts of second-degree murder and one count of attempted murder. He was confined in the United States Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas for over six years until he was fully pardoned and ordered released by President Donald Trump in November, 2019.
Similar to the case of the Biden Four, Clint did not receive a fair trial. The government withheld key information from the jury. The prosecutors did not disclose evicence which would have cleared Clint of any wrong-doing - "biometric data" (fingerprint and DNA evidence).
The prosecution also failed to notify the jury that witnesses against Clint were themselves initially accused of murder, given immunity from prosecution, and were ordered to cooperate with prosecutors.
Clint Lorrance walked into the Army recruiting station in Greenville, Texas on hIs 18th Birthday to join the Army as a military policeman.
On December 13, 2002, Clint's 18th birthday, Clint walked into the Army recruiting station in Greenville, Texas, and joined the Army as a military policeman (MP). For the next decade, he served HIs country with honor and distinction, only to find HImself unjustly imprisoned for six years. So more than half of HIs entire life has been spent either defending HIs country or serving time in prison for crimes that he did not connect.
Miraculously, Clint has refused to yield to anger or bitterness. Since being released, he has dedicated substantial time and energy to making sure other veterans who were unlawfully imprisoned finally receive the justice they deserve and the freedom stolen from them by a political prosecution. The majority of this time has been spent raising awareness about the political prosecution of the men of Raven 23.
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