Clemency is a distant option for Lt. Colonel Terry Lakin, a good and brave Army Doctor jailed because we have a cowardly Chicago gangster of unknown origins in the White House. One who has scammed his way to the highest office in the land.
For asking that Obama verify his legal authority to be Commander in Chief and issue orders to Defence Force Chiefs, the 17 year veteran has been sentenced to six months in prison and has been dismissed from the Army. There willl be no pension or military benefits for him.
All over the web, the Obamabots are sneering and cheering at the outcome. Meanwhile, Obama’s original Birth Certificate, supposed to be on file in Hawaii, remains hidden. So we’ve got a brave and honourable man in jail and a weak effeminate and slippery coward in the White House. About as stark an example of the upside down world the left have created as you could ask for.
World Net Daily are suggesting that a request for clemency may be granted by the Army if they perceive there is strong support for that action. All you need to do is send an email. WND advises that clemency requests should be sent to Maj. Matthew Kemkes, Lakin’s defense counsel. Kemkes’ e-mail address is email@example.com.
Here’s my email.
Major Matthew Kemkes
I am writing to you to express my support for the granting of clemency to Lt. Col. Terry Lakin. He is a brave and trustworthy man who has given the United States 17 years of honourable service as an army Doctor. He has a wife and 3 children. The US Army has need of medical doctors, especially those with the valuable experience of Lt. Col. Lakin. I would ask that you add my name to any petition that may exist requesting he be granted clemency. I would also support his full reinstatement to the Army without loss of pensions and privileges.
Thank you and regards
Do your bit for a brave man. Its Christmas after all.
Lakin was convicted by Judge Denise Lind on three counts of disobeying orders.
Lakin had pleaded guilty to four counts related to disobeying orders, but one count was subsequently dismissed by Lind at the request of Lakin’s counsel, Neal Puckett. Lakin was convicted then of two counts of failing to obey orders to meet with his commanding officer and one count of failing to report as ordered to Fort Campbell, Ky., to join the 101st Airborne Division prior to the unit’s deployment to Afghanistan.
Lakin openly admits he willfully chose to disobey orders to deploy to Afghanistan over concerns that his orders were not lawful.
Lakin’s defence fell apart when the Judge denied him permission to subpoena Barack Obama’s birth documents which Lakin claimed would prove him to be an illegitimate President, thereby making orders issued with Obama as Commander in Chief unlawful.