Claiming that they had no idea that it was wrong, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) voter registration bus pulled to the side of the road in Atlanta and discharged what you might expect from your average Democrat politician. Why would the DNC feel that it was acceptable to do such a thing? We’ll hear from the witnesses.
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Authorities are investigating whether a Democratic Party campaign bus illegally dumped raw sewage in Gwinnett County Tuesday morning.
According to the police report, authorities were called to the O’Reilly Auto Parts on Grayson Highway after reports that an RV was dumping its sewage into a storm drain.
A store employee told police that he watched an RV affiliated with the Democratic National Committee stop in the turn lane of Grayson Highway in front of the store.
The employee says he watched someone get out of the RV and open the sewage drain. Raw sewage then spilled onto the roadway and into the storm drain.
“They pulled the bus up right here. They stopped right here at this storm drain,” said Mike Robins.
Robins snapped several photos of the bus that he shared with Channel 2 Action News.
“I was like, ‘What the heck? Are you kidding me?’” he said. “I couldn’t believe it.
The responding officer wrote in the police report that there was a large amount of drying toilet paper and a foul smell where the RV had parked.
“(There were here) about five minutes or so, something like that. It wasn’t very long,” witness David Frost told Channel 2 Action News.
The Gwinnett County Fire hazmat units were called to the scene and cleaned up the spill.
“It’s one thing if you get some jackleg coming through in an old RV. But to see a campaign bus with people’s pictures and names all over it stop and do it,” Robins said.
A DNC spokesperson sent Channel 2 Action News the following statement:
“This was an honest mistake and we apologize to the Lawrenceville community for any harm we may have caused. We were unaware of any possible violations and have already taken corrective action with the charter bus company to prevent this from happening again. Furthermore, the DNC will work with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, as well as local and state officials to determine the best course of corrective action.”
Lawrenceville police say they reported what they believe is an illegal spill to county authorities.
The State Environmental Protection Division told Channel 2’s Tony Thomas that investigators are looking into the incident and have the police report and pictures.
As of Tuesday evening, no action is being taken against the driver. Authorities say it’s too early to tell what potential fines or penalties might be considered.
A 29-year-old Navy sailor who took cellphone pictures of a nuclear submarine pleaded guilty on Friday to retaining classified information, according to the feds.
Petty Officer 1st Class Kristian Saucier could spend more than six years in prison under the suggested sentencing guidelines of his plea deal. His prosecution led some to compare his case with that of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s State Department emails.
Saucier entered his guilty plea to one criminal count of unauthorized possession and retention of national security information in U.S. District Court in Bridgeport, Conn. He admitted he snapped pictures inside the restricted areas of the U.S.S. Alexandria while serving as its machinist’s mate
at Naval Submarine Base New London in Groton.
FBI and Naval Criminal Investigative Service agents said he photographed the sub’s auxiliary steam plant panel and reactor compartment in January 2009, its propulsion operation system in March 2009 and part of its nuclear reactor in July 2009. The feds have never alleged he shared or planned to share the pictures.
Yet, Department of Justice officials said in a statement Friday, “Saucier had a secret clearance and knew that the photos depicted classified material and that he was not authorized to take them. He retained these photos and failed to deliver them to any officer or employee of the United States entitled to receive it.”
FBI and NCIS agents questioned him in July 2012 after the photos were discovered on his phone at a waste transfer station in Hampton, the feds said. When he returned home from the interview, he destroyed a laptop computer, his personal camera and the camera’s memory card, according to investigators.
Saucier’s attorney, Derrick Hogan, didn’t immediately respond to a phone call seeking comment Friday. Judge Stefan Underhill scheduled Saucier’s sentencing hearing for August, and he is awaiting a hearing before a Navy administrative separation board.
“We vehemently deny that Mr. Saucier ever intentionally did anything to harm the U.S. or aid a foreign national,” Hogan told the Hartford Courant after Saucier’s indictment last July. “The government is trying to levy an espionage charge against him. The government is trying to make it a lot bigger than it is.”
Conservative commentators and those close to Saucier accused the feds of cracking down on him while giving Clinton, the former Secretary of State, a free ride.
“I just don’t think it’s fair,” retired Navy sailor Gene Pitcher, who served with Saucier, told Politico. “In reality, what she did is so much worse than what Kris did. … I think it’s just a blatant double standard.”
The State Department’s inspector general found in a report released Wednesday that Clinton’s use of a private email server while in office violated the agency’s policies. The FBI is investigating the server, but charges against Clinton are believed to be unlikely.
“As of this moment it seems Saucier is going to prison for the next four years while Hillary has a decent shot of going to the White House. What is wrong with this picture?” said a post Friday on Hot Air, a conservative blog.
Clinton has apologized for using the server, released tens of thousands of her emails and called for unsealing other emails marked by intelligence agencies as “secret” or “top secret.”
Representatives for her campaign didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment Friday.