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Trump pardoned ace Navy pilot, TOPGUN instructor who took $2 million in bribes
He resigned from Congress in 2005 after pleading guilty to corruption charges.
Robert Bales murdered civilians in Afghanistan. A pardon would be a slap in the face to every service member
"A pardon of Robert Bales would soil our nation’s values and tarnish the honor and integrity of our nation’s warfighters."
Do Americans really care about war crimes?
Trump's pardoning of four Blackwater contractors underscores America's apathy towards war crimes committed abroad.
Trump pardons former national security adviser Michael Flynn
President Donald Trump announced on Wednesday that he had pardoned former national security adviser Michael Flynn
Trump says he is considering a pardon for NSA leaker Edward Snowden
President Donald Trump said on Saturday he is considering a pardon for Edward Snowden, the former U.S. National Security Agency contractor — now living in Russia— whose spectacular leaks shook the U.S. intelligence community in 2013
Trump is considering a full pardon for former national security adviser Michael Flynn
President Donald Trump said on Sunday he is considering a full pardon for his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, who had pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about dealings with Russia's ambassador before Trump took office
‘I saw it happen’ — Navy SEALs recount Eddie Gallagher’s alleged war crimes in their own words
Navy SEALs who were never called to testify in the war crimes trial of Chief Petty Officer Eddie Gallagher told naval criminal investigators about behavior they witnessed, including the alleged stabbing of a wounded ISIS fighter that led to murder charges against Gallagher
Clint Lorance, the convicted Army war criminal Trump released early, says he can’t get a job at Walmart
"[Donald Trump] told me my record would be expunged," he said on Twitter. "His staff in the White House must have disagreed. This will be an uphill battle."
Pardoning war criminals will hurt US troops deployed overseas. I know from experience
"What I held as the unfathomable moral bedrock of the U.S. military — condoning the worst actors on the battlefield — has now become an acceptable reality"
Former Army infantry officer Clint Lorance accuses the Pentagon of throwing him under the bus
Former Army 1st Lt. Clint Lorance, who was pardoned on Nov. 15., says he was betrayed by his superiors
Esper: Military justice system ready to hold troops accountable following Trump pardons
Defense Secretary Mark Esper expressed confidence on Sunday in the U.S. military justice system's ability to hold troops to account, two days after President Donald Trump pardoned two Army officers accused of war crimes in Afghanistan and restored the rank of a Navy SEAL platoon commander who was demoted for actions in Iraq
Navy SEAL accused of war crimes released from pretrial custody ahead of court-martial
Navy SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher has been released from pretrial custody ahead of his court-martial on charges for allegedly killing a wounded ISIS fighter and other offenses.
McRaven: Trump ‘needs to be very careful’ about pardoning US troops accused of war crimes
Retired U.S. Navy Adm. William McRaven, a former Navy SEAL who oversaw the Osama bin Laden raid in 2011, warned that President Donald Trump "needs to be very careful" about a presidential pardon for several military veterans accused of war crimes
‘Fox and Friends’ co-host Pete Hegseth reportedly convinced Trump to consider pardons for US troops accused of war crimes
"Fox & Friends" weekend co-host Pete Hegseth has been working behind the scenes to convince President Donald Trump to pardon U.S. service members accused or convicted of war crimes, according to a recent report in the Daily Beast
President Trump could pardon Gallagher, Golsteyn, and Marine Scout Snipers on Memorial Day
President Trump may pardon a Navy SEAL and a former Green Beret accused of murder as well as Scout Snipers who were videotaped urinating on Taliban corpses.