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Trump directs Navy to rescind medals for Eddie Gallagher ‘ s prosecutors

nearvideo Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher found not guilty on charges of murder, attempted murder

Jury finds Eddie Gallagher guilty, that he with the body of a dead ISIS fighter.

President Trump on Wednesday called on the Navy to the withdrawal of medals that had been awarded to the lawyers, the criminal law, Edward “Eddie” Gallagher, just a few weeks followed, after a jury in San Diego has found a Navy SEAL not guilty on six of seven counts for his connection with the murder of a teenage Islamic state member in Iraq.

“The prosecutors lost the case, SEAL, Eddie Gallagher (the one that I would be released from solitary confinement, so he could fight his case correctly), were ridiculous, tweeted, given a Navy Achievement Medal” Trump. “Not only are you losing the case, they had difficulties in relation to information that have been obtained by the opposing lawyers, and for the granting of immunity in a totally incompetent way.”

The President added: “I have directed the Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer & Chief of Naval Operations John Richardson, with immediate effect, to withdraw from the contract awards”are awarded.

Three lieutenants-George O. Hageman, Brian P., John and Scott, I., McDonald’s, and a female officer, whose rank and name were redacted by the Navy, the Navy Achievement received medals, only eight days after Gallagher was found not guilty on all but one charge.

Gallagher was accused of stabbing to death a 15-year-old ISIS fighter in 2017-and posing with the corpse for photos.

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He saw seven criminal charges in all. Six of the most serious charges, including attempted murder, discharge with intent of a firearm to endanger human life, the reprisals against members of his force for the reporting of his alleged acts of obstruction of justice and attempted murder of two noncombatants. To all these charges, the jury in San Diego found him not guilty.

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Jurors found him guilty of the seventh charge, pose for a photo with an accident, as the least bad of the crime, which carries a maximum prison sentence of four months.

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Gallagher served nine months in prison awaiting trial, but the procedure May end when the judge tried to remedy alleged prosecutorial misconduct, which include the unauthorized tracking of the defense E-Mails.has been published before the court

Perhaps the biggest bombshell in the case occurred on June 20, when Gallagher’s colleague, the Special Operator 1. Class Corey Scott, admitted to choking, the ISIS fighters back in the year 2017, in contrast to the statements of at least seven other seals, the said administered Gallagher stabbed the ISIS fighters, according to medics treating him, which ultimately leads to the teenager’s death.

Daniel Gallo, David Montanaro, Vandana Rambaran and Greg Norman contributed to this report.

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