SAN DIEGO – The trial of a decorated Navy SEAL charged with the killing of a Muslim Is a prisoner in his care, is set to begin with jury selection on Monday.
In the politically charged case has been included for the removal of the charge of an officer of the ministry of justice for the keeping the defence team of the e-mails, and the suggestions of the President, Donald Trump, and that he is displeased with the defendant.
The Special Operations Chief, Edward Gallagher, has pleaded not guilty to premeditated murder in the deaths of an Islamic State in a prisoner in their care and of the attempted murder in the shootings of two Iraqi civilians in march of 2017.
A Navy judge has ruled the public prosecution department in its efforts to keep track of e-mails to the defense violated Gallagher’s constitutional rights against illegal searches and the right to counsel is by interfering with the attorney-client privilege.
He is allowing the defense to reject two of the potential jurors without cause, the prevailing at the time of selection of the jury.