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Write: LTCdennisGillem@UniformedServicesLeague.org …or visit UniformedServicesLeague.org to obtain the 9 page packet just sent to President Trump which includes a 7 page executive summary of the case for Presidential Action to help Sgt. John Hatley by USL Legal Counsel David Carroll, … Continue reading
More that 600 Americans sign as Co-Sponsors of this ad petitioning the President and Congress to Restore Freedom to imprisoned or accused combat warriors who fought for ours.
Reprinted from Zenith News: By Glenn Ryt firstname.lastname@example.org, June 30, 2019 Zenith News Exclusive “It ought not to be a crime to shoot the enemy in combat” says Lt. Colonel Dennis Gillem, USA (Ret.). The Vietnam war veteran and host … Continue reading
Join us on Tuesday – take your pick when you want to start – breakfast & capitol tour, or lunch and briefing in DC or Freedom Leadership Conference in Chantilly VA at 7:30 pm Operation Restore Freedom is in full … Continue reading
Congressmen Scott Perry, Louie Gohmert, Duncan Hunter Confirm to visit House Rayburn Building Hearing Room to Listen to United American Patriots, Uniformed Services League make the Case for a Presidential Pardon for Clint Lorance and other Unfairly Imprisoned Combat Soldiers … Continue reading
Imprisoned Combat Veteran Clint Lorance Day on Tuesday, April 17 to feature at least 5 U.S. Congressmen United American Patriots and Uniformed Services League call for Pardon for Lorance, to end the day with “Restore Freedom Rally” at Freedom Leadership … Continue reading
Congratulations to Kristian Saucier, a man who has served proudly in the Navy, on your newly found Freedom. Now you can go out and have the life you deserve! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 10, 2018
by Steven Nelson President Trump issued the second pardon of his presidency Friday to former Navy sailor Kristian Saucier, who learned the news while driving a garbage truck, the only job he could find with a felony conviction. Saucier was … Continue reading