Army officer waits in his Fort Leavenworth cell for possible Trump pardon

One America News reporter Neil W. McCabe spoke to best-selling military historian, Don Brown, about the case of Army 1st Lt. Clint Lorance, who is now serving a 20-year sentence at Fort Leavenworth in connection with the shooting deaths of two Taliban fighters. Brown, a retired Navy attorney, said the fighters were shot as they approached Lorance’s platoon’s position riding a single motorcycle. Brown said the prosecution has smeared Lorance unfairly and suppressed exculpatory evidence that would have cleared him. It is a situation that President Donald Trump can fix with a pardon.