Army 1st Lieutenant Clint Lorance Shares How He was Convicted of Murder and Pardoned by President Trump

Clint Lorance

In this episode of the Conservative Business Journal Podcast, John Di Lemme interviews Army First Lieutenant Clint Lorance about his new book, “Stolen Honor: Falsely Accused, Imprisoned and My Long Road to Freedom.”

Clint shares…

→ The incident in Afghanistan that forever changed his life and cost him 6 years of his life in prison

→ How he was convicted of murder, but never fired at shot

→ Why the Obama Administration’s rules of engagement endangered lives of our military men and women, but helped the Taliban enemy

→ Obama’s micro-management of the defense department had an effect across the battlefield by aiding the enemy

→ How President Trump pardoned him and he was released from prison after 6 years of a 19 year sentence

→ Why a Colonel “jumping the gun” ended up with him being charged with murder

→  The reality that he did not receive back pay or benefits from the Army after he was released from prison

Why he’s still a convicted felon according to the Department of Justice but not President Trump

→ How the deep state is still impacting the White House despite President Trump being in charge

→ What he didn’t expect to happen when he met President Donald J. Trump

Plus so much more!

Grab a hold of Clint’s his new book here on Amazon, Stolen Honor: Falsely Accused, Imprisoned and My Long Road to Freedom.


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