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The former Navy sailor, has been pardoned by President Trump, after he submitted to a year in Federal prison for taking photos classified sections of the boat there is a lawsuit on Monday against the Obama administration officials, who claimed that he was the subject of the unequal protection of the law.
In his Federal lawsuit, filed in Albany, New York, Kristian Saucier claims that the US government was zealous in pursuit of him mishandling of classified information, while on the former US Secretary of state Hillary Clinton for more serious violations of the same law.
Saucier lawsuit names as defendants the former President Barack Obama, former U.S. attorney General Loretta Lynch, a former FBI Director, James Comey, former FBI assistant Director Andrew McCabe, and Peter Strzok, the FBI agent who led the investigation of Clinton’s E-Mail account.
Saucier told Fox News that he was scapegoated by Obama officials, who found himself under fire for not aggressively responding to Clinton’s handling of classified information through her private E-Mail Server.
“I would have taken them only, of the pardon by President of the Trump and with my life,” Saucier, told Fox News, adding that he feels a commitment to the truth of what he sees as a double standard that Clinton get off scot-free.
“The U.S. Constitution clearly States that all citizens are born with inalienable rights to be free from persecution by the government,” Saucier said. “My conviction and subsequent sentencing of a minor military offense compared to the treatment of politically connected persons, is a blatant example of the violation of the rights of all Americans have the same protection under the law.”
Saucier prepares for the Freedom of Information Act request to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the justice Department of the search all correspondence in connection with his case.
Saucier pleaded guilty in 2016 for the unauthorised detention of the defense information used for the inclusion of photos in the interior of the USS Alexandria, while he was stationed in Groton, Conn., 2009.
My conviction and the subsequent conviction of a minor military offense compared to the treatment of politically connected persons, is a blatant example of the violation of the rights of all Americans to have the same protection under the law.
– Kristian Saucier, a former Navy sailor, has been pardoned by President Trump
Saucier, Arlington, Vt., a 22-year-old machinist mate on nuclear-powered attack submarine was, as he took the photos. His lawyers said that he knew that the photos would be assigned to, but he wanted to show his family what he was in the Navy. He refuses to share the photos with unauthorized recipients. Federal investigators said in court that they had no evidence that Saucier wanted to showed or show the photos to foreign agents.
“I’m not the first person to be subjected to unfair treatment by the justice system,” said Saucier. “If I achieve something by this action, I would hope, that to me is the last one.”
During his election campaign and since his inauguration, Trump repeatedly Saucier penalty and the investigation of Clinton, held by the FBI as an example of a double standard. Trump pardoned Saucier in March.
Earlier this year, Trump tweeted: “Crooked Hillary Clinton’s top aide, Huma Abedin, has been accused of disregard of basic safety protocols. You pass the words Classified put in the hands of foreign agents. Remember sailors pictures on the U-boat? Prison! “Deep state” Justice Dept must finally take action? On Comey & others.”
A survey in December showed that a majority of Americans believed that Clinton committed a crime, if you use your private E-Mail server for the State Department business.
The Rasmussen Reports survey found that 64 percent of likely U.S. voters said Clinton receive and send classified E-Mails on your personal server was a crime.
Comey criticized Clinton’s actions, but not criminal track display.
Prosecutors argued that Saucier was a disgruntled sailor, had endangered national security, by photos show the U-boat – drive system and the reactor compartment, and justice hindered by the destruction of a laptop and a camera.
Saucier told Fox News that he destroyed the laptop and camera because he was afraid, and said that his actions at the time were clearly a mistake, but this should be increased never to the level it has, and should have been raised in the military court.
The former Navy sailor, the practice as his own lawyer, after the Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court of New York barred his lawyer, Ronald Daigle, for a year.
The court move came just as Daigle support Saucier submit was to prepare the lawsuit, to accuse and the Navy seaman, New York officials try to prevent his court fight against Obama, Comey, and others.
In an interview with Fox News prior to his suspension, Daigle, said the lawsuit: “We will highlight the differences in the way that Hillary Clinton was accused of, and how my client was accused. We try to cast a light, to show that there is a two-tier justice, and we want it to be corrected.”
Elizabeth Llorente is a Senior Reporter for FoxNews.com and can be reached at Elizabeth.Llorente@Foxnews.com. You can follow her on Twitter @Liz_Llorente.