Trump reportedly taking broad look at veterans convicted of battlefield crimes

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President Donald Trump reportedly plans to pardon several military service. pardons to service members who have already been convicted of war crimes.. Mixed feelings from the broader military and veterans community indicate that.. Sticking It To Yourself: Preemptive Pardons for Battlefield Crimes.

President Trump, who in recent days pardoned a former U.S. soldier convicted in 2009 of killing an Iraqi prisoner, is taking a broad look at military veterans jailed for battlefield crimes and.

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President Donald Trump has pardoned Michael Behenna, a former 1st Lt. in the U.S. Army, who was convicted of murdering an Iraqi prisoner. She added that "Behenna’s case has attracted broad support.

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Again and again, Trump has taken the stage to an adoring crowd. government -taking specific aim at Obama-era rules, and broader.. at the Department of Veterans Affairs, having grown frustrated at the. yet been convicted of a crime was a violation of due process-and a terrible incentive for police.

President Donald Trump has granted a full pardon to a former US Army officer convicted of the 2009 murder of an Iraqi detainee. Michael Behenna, 35, a former lieutenant in the 101st airborne division from Oklahoma, was released from prison in 2014 after serving five years in jail.