Clint Lorance discusses the accusations that led to his imprisonment and his long road to freedom. We will also delve into the Obama regime, military culture, and how it all ties into the current events unfolding in America today.
Today we are joined by two guests, John Maher and Anna Lorance to discuss the miscarriage of justice perpetrated against Army, First Lieutenant Clint Lorance (Anna’s son). In July 2012, while serving as a Rifle Platoon leader in a remote sector of Kandahar Province Afghanistan, First Lieutenant Clint Lorance’s platoon embarked on what was seemingly a normal combat patrol. Clint’s patrol, consisting of 16 US Infantrymen, 5 Afghan National Army Soldiers, and 1 US Interpreter, left their Strong Point early in the morning on July 02, 2012 to a neighboring village. The platoon knew this village all too well, as only days before, one of their brothers, a US Soldier, had been shot in the neck in this very village.
On December 13, 1984, Clint Allen Lorance was born to welder Tracy Allen Lorance and homemaker Anna Monroe Lorance in Hobart, Oklahoma. Clint Lorance has two older sisters and a younger brother. Lt. Clint Lorance moved to Celeste, Texas with the family. Deanna Lorance Malone and Jeni Lorance Neeley were two older sisters, both having three children. Younger brother Cody followed the footsteps of his father and started working as a welder or a machine operator; he has two daughters. The biography will give you a brief idea regarding Clint Lorance petition. You can view the entire website of Free Clint Lorance and join the petition to get the justice deserved.