Kudos To Mrs. Sadie Saucier

Kudos To Mrs. Sadie Saucier

Sadie Saucier said she notified her husband of the pardon via text message as he drove his garbage truck through a mountainous area with poor reception.

“I just was able to say ‘Hey’ via a text message, ‘You got a pardon.’ All he said was, ‘What!’ with a big exclamation point,” she said.

“I am very grateful,” Sadie Saucier said. “It’s going to be a huge for our family. And a huge reality when probation calls and the ankle monitor is taken off, that’s going to be a big one.”

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 Sadie Saucier said she notified her husband of the pardon via text message as he drove his garbage truck through a mountainous area with poor reception. “I just was able to say ‘Hey’ via a text message, ‘You got a pardon.’ All he said was, ‘What!’ with a big exclamation point,” she said. “I am very grateful,” Sadie Saucier said. “It’s going to be a huge for our family. And a huge reality when probation calls and the ankle monitor is taken off, that’s going to be a big one.” – The Examiner

Mrs. Sadie Saucier

Everyone send flowers to Mrs. Sadie Saucier …she stuck by her man even when he was driving a garbage truck.

Mrs. Sadie Saucier did the right thing because her husband is in the right. As for the prosecutors, well, let us hope Santa brings them a lump of coal for Christmas.

For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and they will become one flesh. (Genesis 2:24)

Saucier believes he was an easy target for federal authorities who felt pressure to punish breaches involving classified information. He hopes that President Trump will follow through on indications he gave during his campaign — and earlier this year – that he might give Saucier a pardon. – Fox News


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Kudos Mrs. Sadie Saucier.

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Article Reference

(foxnews.com)—A former Navy sailor whose conviction and imprisonment for taking photos inside his nuclear submarine were criticized by candidate Donald Trump has been released – and the one-time mariner is now hoping President Trump will follow through with a pardon.

Kristian Saucier, 30, was convicted in 2016 of unauthorized retention of national defense information, which is a felony, and received an “other-than-honorable” discharge from the Navy. He had faced up to 10 years in jail.

In his first interview since leaving a Massachusetts jail Wednesday morning, Saucier told Fox News that his decision to take pictures 10 years ago was immature and showed poor judgment, but that he meant nothing more than to preserve memories of a job he was deeply proud to have.

“It was a mistake,” Saucier said. “Everyone I know in the military takes pictures, not for some nefarious purpose, but so they can have them so they can one day look back and be proud.”

Saucier believes he was an easy target for federal authorities who felt pressure to punish breaches involving classified information. He hopes that President Trump will follow through on indications he gave during his campaign — and earlier this year – that he might give Saucier a pardon.